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 White Rock
'seaside property
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
mping
JiitftflTE   ROCK,"  THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILEfv     CO.
NEW   WESTMINi '     I.
NEW WESTMINSTER, II. ('.. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1910.
FIGHT PAGES.
PRICE  1  ��     CENTS.
[hacks in chi
10 disappear
Resolution Calling For De-
volition of Firetraps Will
Come Before Council.
I ,������,,, of a few days there
'".rouble in the homes ol some
111 ,e ',, dwellers it. the west
' %,0prusuance of the suggestion
��d' VV Fir.- Chief Watson tor the
' m     ���|   the   shacks,   which   he
SWEDE BAULK HUB1 WHILE VATICAN EXPECTS
CLEARING lUHi LAI    RupM m m
Eric Larsen's Leg Shattered When He
Tries to Blow Up Stump Outside
His Contract.
Lie b:
��;0sDa0menace-"to the safety of
JD it,.the city solicitor has drawn
"/Solution which will be present-
tTonday night's meeting of the
:���J_i and  which   provides  for the
oun(1 ,.;  ttl steps before the work
destruction begins. , ,, _ ,
1 ',| by the council and the no-
KKreBldenUtomoveoutpub-
1, il,e papers flve days. Tho
r6,. then have to pull down the
St and dear the lots at their
T ,-nsc. or the city will remove
7buildlnga and char, e the expense
to tbe property.
Th��� ���eW buildings affected are on
,i lh mreet and west of that. There
ET.fe* wooden buUdlngs on Eighth
Lt which will have to come down
L me wbole row of shacks on Me-
���'lv Btreet and the similar eyesore
jRamageBl I will disappear.  The
i_ln portion of Chinatown, in which
iere ure some valuable buildings, al-
lough tbey are moro or less of a
Mnace from a tire standpoint, wlll
ie an0wed to stand, but there are
ime scattered shacks ln this district
:ch will come under  the  ban.
Misjudging the strength, of a charge
of dynamite with which he was blowing up a stump on land he was clearing in South Vancouver yesterday,
Eric Larson, a Swede, sustained severe injuries by a portion of the tree
hitting him on the leg, almost tearing
it from lis socket, The injured man
was taken to Vancouver tor treatment.
A peculiar circumstance in connection with the accident is that Larsen,
who Is a sub-contractor on a small
scale, was clearing a piece of laud In
error, not being quite sure where the
ground he had undertaken to clear
ended. lt was while attempting to
blow up the* first stump on the wrong
land that the accident which may deprive  him  of a  limb  happened.
CANADIAN   SCHOOL TEACHERS
SEE   HOUSES   OF   PARLIAMENT
Government Program Will
Not be Modified-Ready
For Revolution.
CALLS WESTMINSTER     �� -Wflf ���ESE
TACOMA Of NORTH   W^ BE BERE TOMORROW
Secretary of Oregon Development League is Impressed
With Possibilities of City
First   Episcopal   Act   of   Consecration
Will  Be Ordination of P. Walker
to Deaconate.
London, .Tilly 29.���Canadian school
teachers had tea yesterday In the liar-
court room of the house of commons.
They were welcomed hy Major .ley-
Bey Thompson. Donald Mat-Master and
Ii. J. MacKlnder, conservative members of parliament. They were afterwards shown over the houses of parliament.
SIR WILLIAM ROBSON
ARGUES BEFORE TRIBUNAL
LOCAL   FIRM   EXPANDING.
rellington Bros. Placing Limited
Amount of Stock on Market Today.
I To enable it to increase its bus-
ties: and extend the scope of its
iperations as far north as Prinze
lupert, a local tirm, wliich desires
U name withheld, is seeking addi-
lonal capital, With this end ln view
[ellin.ton Bros, will this morning
lace on sale a limited amount of
took in the concern. The firm in
uestion has heen established here
cr several years and has been doing
l healthy im. Iness.    So confident are
(te men Interested in it of future
Recess that they are guaranteeing
sree ptaftts to anyone wtio invests
a the proposition placed on the mar-
:et today.
Attorney    General    for   Great    Britain
Explains  Limitation of  Privileges
Granted   to   United   States.
LAYS  CORNER   STONE.
Sir Wilfrid   Lays   Foundation   of   Saskatchewan University.
Sukatoon,    July     29.���Sir     Wilfrid
���aurier met a large deputation of the
praln Qrowera association here tiiis
mornin., who presented their views.
In the afternoon the premier laid the
corner Btone ol the Saskatchewan university before a brilliant assemblage.
The meeting in the arena tonight
'as very largely attended. Sir Wilfrid spoke on tho general policy of
the Rnvernniont and Hon G. P. Graham
Jon the transportation question.    K. M.
iMcDonald. M. P., also spoke briefly.
|WAN IS KILLED  WHEN
AUTO TURNS OVER  TWICE
Dubury, Conn., July 29.���Frank P.
Gtnty, ot this city, brother of Former
P"ll<�� Chief E, C. Ginty, was killed at
Sucar Hollow, four miles south of
Danlmry. today, when the rear tire of
an automobile In which he was riding
*ith August McCarthy burst and the
machine turned over twice, landing
JM tide up In the roadway. Glnty's
head was crushed and lie died almost
instantly McCarthy was thrown ont
hut ucansd wtiinmt injury. Ginty
"m tboi( forty years old end unmarried.
The Hague, July ^'.��.���Sir William
Robson, attorney general for Great
Britain, continued liis argument before the Fisheries tribunal yesterday.
He declared that the l'nited States
was wrong in claiming that the treaty
of IMS gave lt an apparent right, lf
the l'nited States had no means of
remedying infringements of the treaty
by Great Hrltain, sanction of the
treaty consisted in public opinion. He
pointed out that tlie treaty had not
given tlie United States a privileged
position In regard to fishing, but only
a share in fisheries on tlie same terms
as Hritish  fishermen.
Sir William then dealt with tlie second question ln dispute, as to whether
Inhabitants of the United States, in
exercising rights granted them by
treaty, could employ as members of
their crews fishermen who were not
citizens of the United States. He answered the question in the negative
on the ground that the treaty had
granted rights only to Inhabitants of
the United States to the exclusion of
others. The United States had no
right to extend a privilege which the
treaty gave them. The treaty, Sir
William declared, could not be Interpreted to mean that America could,
if she wished, authorlie millions of
Asiatics to carry on the industry. Sir
William went on to argue that fishing
vessels must make a custom declaration and that they must pay harbor
and lighting dues.
San Sebastian, Spain, July 29.���At
the conclusion of a conference this
evening between King Alfonso and
Premier Canalejas it was announced
that Marquis Emilio He Ojeda, the
Spanish ambassador to the vatlcan,
had  been  recalled.
Rupture Is Imminent.
At the same time the opinion was
expressed thai a rupture with the Vatican was inevitable. Senor Canalejas
told the kiug that tbe government
could not accept the conditions of the
\atican last night and tho Vatican will
be BO informed.
Premier Canalejas will continue bis
anti-clerical program, counting upon
the support of  King  Alfonso.
Illness   Interrupts   Negotiations.
During the negotiations between.
Spain and the Vatican Marquis De j
Ojeda has complained of ill health.
On July 12 the negotiations were suspended because of llis illness and last
Monday it was stated that he was
Insisting on being relieved of his duties as ambassador to the Vatican.
Don Jaime Is Ready.
Madrid, July 29.���Ominous reports
are received following tlie publication
of the news that a rupture between
the Spanish government and the Vatican is imminent.
At San Sebastian. Don Jaime, the
pretender, has issued a manifesto in
which he says he will lead the Car-
lists ln tlie battle which he Intimates
may be coming soon.
It ls said that Premier Canalejas
will ask King Alfonso to set the stamp
of his approval on the course that
the premier has adopted.
The Vatican has declared that the
nominations looking to a revision of
the concordat cannot be continued
until the imperial decree permitting
non-Catholic societies to display the
Insignia of public worship lias been
withdrawn. Canalejas has responded
that he cannot cancel the program
which the government has announced.
In some quarters it Is said that the
Holy See counts on the fall of IT&
government. Canalejas, however, is
said to have the assurance of the
king's support at the time he determined on his plan for religious
forms.
The general situation is complicated
by the unrest among the miners in
the Catalonian provinces and the occasional clashes between the Catholic
and non-Catholic elements throughout
the country.
El Mundo, discussing the threatened break between the Spanish government and the Vatican, says:
"The Holy See has no reason to
feel offended. It is heading deliberately toward a rupture which will
precipitate the opening of a rapid and
fierce anti-clerical campaign."
Italian Manufacturer Runs Aumck.
Quincy, Mass., July 29.���Louis Raa-
I ��H. an Kalian manufacturer of gran-
I���. shot and killed himself, his moth-
er. and Charles Henry Hardwick, a
quarry owner this afternoon. He nlso
*lln' and wounded Mr. Hardwick'a
^wiier and partner, Theodore Hard-
��; his (,w��� |,mthor, Jasper Ron-
wm, and Benjamin Bishop. All of
'"emeu win recover.
lKlNG's funeral bill
IS CUT  DOWN  TO $202,500
'-"ndon, juiy 2'.).~Tlio elaborate
���neral given King Edward cost the
ai on J202.BOO, as shown in the sup-
FOWtary financial statement Just
em in, '"""^'lately after the fun-
SoonUn r" sonl ln negating $l.-
at tt K George was so amazed
the pV,!!,,!',,P,,!,,0"a to,al  that he took
course   of   having
extraordinary
1 som�� Purpose,
to ,nml8 .r!!:1(ily scrutinlzed, evidently
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,     Autos Kill Many.
��� him* hin8ton'  -h--y   29. ��� One ,
��� "JMiW  and   ninety-four  per- ���
��� ur��HWuere kil,ed and 2.945 in- ���
I ��� tir,��i V a"1 "mobiles in Ger- ���
I*  en li    "lnK   the   ypar   which ���
1   September   30,    1909, ���
! ��� 0    ,'  !.    '"    United    States ���
' A  0        Wl,,,ani ���>��� P'ke, of Keil, ���
- 2.T'  '"  a  report  to  the ���
��� dl  h rPa,tmont-    In the city ���
��� 849 ,���. ��,f  Berlin   there   were ���
��� '  injuries and  88 deaths. ���
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LAWYERS   MAKE   PROTEST.
Declare That Farmers Are Not Need
���d on Railway Cor.mission.
Ottawa, July 29.���The request for
the appointment of v farmer to the
vacant position oi. the railway commission is bringing forth protests from
tho legal  profession.
They claim thai with the exception
of tariff experts, ' positions should
go to lawyers, iua.^ . ich as ninety per
eent of tlie cases li'n?e upon the interpretation of the t<tituU�� or the
weighing of evidence.
NATIONAL BANKS FOR^i
CURRENCY   ASSOCIATION
New York, July 29.���The National
Currency association of the city of
New York was regularly organized today at a meeting held at the city
clearing house and was attended by
representatives of twenty-seven national banks. The association was
formed in conformity with the act of
congress known as the Aldrich-Vree-
land act, providing for an issue of additional circulation and In response to
lhe recent suggestion by Secretary of
the Treasury MacVeagh as to the desirability of forming such an association in the country's financial centres.
A. B. Hepburn, president of the
Chase National bank, was elected
president of the new association.
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Crook Cashier Caught.
New York, July 29.���Ernest
Wider, the missing cashier of
the Russo - Chinese bank,
sought for in connection with
the theft of $fi00,00 in securities from that institution, was
arrested this afternoon In Harlem by a Central offlce detective, according to information
received at police headquarters.
San Sebastian, July 29.���Don Jaime,
of Bourbon, the Carllst pretender to
the Spanish throne, issued a manifesto today to the Carllsts in parliament congratulating them on their
loyalty to the pope and their defense
of the church, and declaring: "I think
the day is not far distant when my
following must rally to our flag. I
will lead the battle."
"I must take off my hat to New
Westminster, it is the Tacoma of
the Canadian coast. So spoke C. C.
Chapman, secretary of the Oregon development league and manager of the
Promotion committee of the Portland
Commercial club, after he had spent
several hours yesterday afternoon
looking over the city In the company
of Publicity Commissioner Wade.
Mr. Chapman has the reputation of
being one of tlie most successful advertising men at  present engaged in!
municipal  work, and there is an air'
of efficiency  about   him   which   tells
the   observer   that   the   reputation   is
not unfounded.    He is  here on  pleasure   partly   and   partly   on   business.
Having   adopted  some   time  ago  the
idea that there ought to be some cooperation  among  the   cities   on    the
coast wllich are at present trying to
attract capital and men to the country,   Mr.  Chapman   ls   at   present  on
tour preaching that idea.   He has visited Tacoma, Seattle, Vancouver and
many of the other cities of the coast
and   expects   to  go   to   Los  Angeles,
Victoria,  and  all  other  western  centres  before   returning   home.    He  is
accompanied hy Mrs. Chapman.
Mr. Chapman came over yesterday
with the Intention of spending an hour
or 60, but being notified that Dr.
Rowe, with whom he had an appointment In Vancouver, was ill. he decided to stay here, and was given an
auto trip all around the city by Dr.
J. H. Holmes.
When seen by a News reporter at
the Russell hotel last evening tlie visitor was loud in his  praises of  New
Westminster.   "There are three things
necessary  to make  a  great city  and
you have  them all:   industries,  agricultural   territory   and   transportation
facilities,"   said   he.       "I   understand
that here the city owns all her water
front and that is undoubtedly a great
asset.    In  Portland  the  wharves are
all owned  by private companies and
the city is at present going to great
expense to secure possession of part
of her waterfront on the Willamette
i river.     Speaking  of  rivers,  we  have
almost  the  same  trouble  there  with
the river as you have here, but the
jetty built at the mouth of the river
there has been doing good work, deepening    the    channel   about   two  feet
every year.   I suppose that some such
system will be adopted at tlie mouth
of the Fraser before long.
"You must have some great payrolls
In this city. Those great lumber mills,
machine shops, car shops and other
manufacturing plants must employ a
great number of men and that is what
will decide the future of the city."
Speaking of the advertising campaign conducted by the Oregon Development league, Mr. Chapman said
that there the state received no aid
whatever from the government when
it came to advertising and everything
accomplished in that line was done, by
private supscrlptlon. "At present
there is at the disposal of the league
something like $470,000 raised by this
means," asserted Mr. Chapman.
The Right Rev. A. V. de Pencier,
M.A., who was on Monday last consecrated bishop of the diocese of New
Westminster and Kootenay, will perform his first episcopal act on Sunday morning next in tlie cathedral
church, when he will ordain to the
deaconate P. Walker, of Burgh Theological college, a licentiate of theology
of Durham university. England. The
venerable archdeacon of Columbia, Dr,
Pentreath, will be present. Mr. Walk-
er has Just successfully undergone
an examination ln theology by the
archdeacon and the director of tho
cathedral, Canon d'Easum, M,A.
The ordination service begins at 11
a. m., the special preacher being the
Rev. C. B. Clarke, of the diocese of
Ottawa. It is probable that the bishop
will not be formally enthroned on this
occasion but the wardens will present an address of welcome to his
lordship, on this, his first official visit
to his cathedral.
The Litany will be sung and the
Holy Communion will also be choral.
The special preacher at evensong
will be the Rev. Owen Dulkeley,
A.K.C, vicar of Okanagan. The anthem will be Mendelssohn's "How
Lovely  Are  Thy  Messengers."
fINE III 1 :NT
BV STRl CAR MEN
Officials and Employees of
B.C.E.R. Fraternize at an
Enjoyable Social.
COMPENSATION SYSTEM
PLANNED FOR SOUTH AFRICA
Native   Leaders   Will   Adopt   German
Scheme of  Insurance if  Party  Is
Successful at Next Elections.
Johannesburg, July 29.���Native
leaders have pledged themselves to
introduce the German system of industrial compensation and insurance
if their party Is successful at the
forthcoming election. H^^
General Louis Botha, premier, in
speaking at Pretoria, opposed the idea
of aiding immigration until the unemployed are supplied with land. He
also advocated the wholesale deportation of Asiatics with copensatlon.
BOUND   COUPLE   JUMPS
INTO   MISSISSIPPI   RIVER
Barnardo Children Coming.
London,    July    29.���Two    hundred
Barnardo   children   sailed   today   for
Canada.   Lord Hindllp is a passenger
on the Empress of Ireland.
New Anglican Mission Boat
Leaves For Northern B* C. Coast
The Anglican Mission boat, Columbia II., wbicli was launched here on
July 7, was taken to Vancouver yesterday to receive the finishing touches
to her equipment. She went over to
the Terminal city under power supplied by her own 200-horse power
gasoline engines.
The boat ls in many respects the
finest that was ever built in New
Westminster. It is 100 feet long with
a 17-foot beam and her hull Is entirely
of oak. Her upperworks are of teak.
In the boat there ls provision made
for a chapel, a hospital and accommodation  for six passengers.
After fitting up ln Vancouver the
Columbia II. will go north under the
charge of Missionary Rev. John Antle,
who also had charge of Columbia I.,
the predecessor of the present craft.
She will at once be put Into commission for missionary work all along the
British Columbia coast.
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St. Louis, July 29.���Bound together
with two steel chains and fifteen feet
of inch hemp rope, and weighted with
a valise filled with sand, Brice Worn-
mack, fifty years old, of near Troy.
Mo., the father of five children and
one of the wealthiest men in Lincoln
county, and Mrs. Mollle Anderson,
Jumped from a skiff into the Mississippi river at the chain of docks
shortly after dawn this morning.
Through the bravery of James Landers, a city employee at the intake
tower, they wer�� rescued. Mrs. Anderson is ln the city hospital. It is
feared that the nervous shock has unbalanced her reason. The entire
tragedy was the result of a suicide
pact. Every detail of their plan to
kill themselves and bury their bodies
and all evidences of their fate at the
bottom of the Mississippi had been
carefully gone over before they left
St. Louis.
CROPS GOOD AND  FAIR.
Regina Man Tells of Whsat Conditions
In Province.
The Rev. Canon Hill, of Regina. is
in the city, a guest at the Russell. Mr.
Hill was called here from his home
owing to the illness of his son, E. H.
Hill, secretary of the Pitt River Lumber company, who is at present in
St. Pauls hospital with appendicitis.
Asked as to the condition of tlie
crop on the prairies, Mr. Hall stated
that in the Regina district it had
never been better. The wheat was
heading out and he thought that some
of the fanners would begin cutting
about the middle of August.
Of the crop lu Southern Manitoba
he was not so sanguine, and he reports the condition of wheat in Southern Alberta as bad. Rain would help
a lot, but there has scarcely been
any tills senson. In Northern Alberta
and Northern Saskatchewan the yield
will  be fair.
Although a resident of Regina.
which ls about the tlattest city of ail
the prairie centers, Mr. Hill has a
great ioVe for the mountains and finds
himself perfectly at home here.
One of the best musical programs
ever provided at an entertainment
given in New Westminster was given
last night ut a social held in the Odd
Fellows ball by the employees of the
B. C. E. H. There were several hundred of the men, their wives, friends
and families present and all spent a
most enjoyable time.
W. Dodd, who contested the seat in
tlie provincial house for the labor men
at the last election, acted as chair-
man, and introduced F'. R. Glover and
1). J. Stewart, who gave short addresses. In introducing Mr. Glover the
chairman referred to the gathering as
almost unique in tlie history of labor
unionism on account of the fact that
tho officials of the company were there
as guests and on equal terms with
the men. He thought it was a matter for congratulation that the feeling
between the officials of the company
and the employees were at present the
very best and he hoped they would
never be otherwise.
In his address Mr. Glover briefly
echoed the sentiment expressed by
Mr. Dodd. He was glad to be there
and referred to the time when the
company first started business here
when it was customary for the officials
to mix with the employees In their
social gatherings and trusted the practice would long continue to the mutual benefit of both parties. He expressed for R. H. Sperling, general
manager of the company, who had
been detained in Vancouver by the
arrival of one of the directors of the
company from England, his regret at
uot being able to be present.
Mr. Dodd, while making a few remarks in reply to Mr. Glover, contrasted the attitude of the Canadian
employers as a rule with their contemporaries over the border.
TowardB the ond of the entertainment D. J. Stewart, local manager of
the B. C. E. R., made a short speech
along the same lines as Mr. Glover.
The refreshments were provided in
the banquet hall by the wives of the
employees' and the spread they made
was not the least enjoyable feature of
the evening.
The following program, of which tlie
songs of Mrs. Le Messurler and Mr.
Pilgano were most appreciated, was
as follows:
Mr. Gillespie    Song
Mrs. Nelson     Piano Selection
Mr. Filgano   Song
Messrs. Fletcher and Bewley  ....
  Banjo Duet
Miss Lavery     Song
Mr. Waters     Sketch
Mr. Baldwin     Song
Mr. Innes       Song
Mr. Grant   Recitation
Mrs. Le Messurier     Song
Speeches���
F. R. Glover.
D. J.  Stewart.
Mr. Williams     Song
Messrs. Fletcher and Bewley  	
  Banjo Duet
Mrs. Godfrey     Song
Mr. Jenkinson     Song
Mr. Rushton  Cornet Solo
Mr. Alcock   Song
Messrs. Williams and Gillespie...
    Duet
Mr. Ostrom       Violin
Mr. Morris   Song
Accompanist, Mr. Evans.
PROMOTION  TOO  SLOW.
Civil Service Clerks Get Up Agitation
Over  New  Law.
Ottawa, July 29.���A big agitation is
on in the civil service to obtain a
a change in the new Civil Service act
having reference to the question of
promotion. It is intended to get up
a big deputation to the commission
and also to the government.
The clerks contend that they are
placed at a decided disadvantage in
matters of promotions by tlie act or
the  regulations  made   under  it.
STRIKE SITUATION  IN
CHARLEVOIX,  MICH., SERIOUS
PREMIER WILL ATTEND.
Hon. Richard McBride Will Leave for
Kamloops on Tuesday.
Victoria. July 29.���Premier McBride will leave on Tuesday for Kamloops to attond the irrigation congress
at that city, while Hon.. Thomas Taylor will depart on that date for Alberni on B tour of inspection of the'
various public works under construction throughout the district. Completing this mission. Mr. Taylor wiil go
to Comox and tlience to the Queen
Charlotte Islands
It Is expected that during the absence of the premier from the capital,
the attorney general will again he
acting premier.
Columbus, Ohio, July 29.���Governor
Harmon arrived from Charlevoix,
Michigan, owing to tlie strike situation and call for troops and reached
the state house at 11:55 this morning
and went at once into conference witu
ids private secretary, George Long,
Adjutant General Weybrecht, Brigadier General McMicken and State Labor Commissioner Wonnet. With them
he reviewed the situation.
Pending a personal Invesigation
the governor refused to make any
statement.
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��� English   Railways  Safe.
��� London, July 29.���The report
��� of the board of trade on rall-
��� way   accidents   in   the   United
;���   Kingdom   shows   that   out   of
1,204,800,000 passengers carried, only one passenger was
killed while traveling first
class, for a pei lol of twenty
months, whi'e the number Injured was 390. Tho record is
low compared with the averge
of previous years.
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WANTED.
BRIGHT  GIRL  WANTKD  AT  ONC
to work In store. Appi} P.O. Box v".
WANTED���10 GIRLS OR WOMEN
io work in laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City Laundry, Royal avenue, west of Eighth
street.    B.  Abrams, manager.
estate AFGHANS TORTURED
��� CONVERTED
WANTED���TWO BOYS. FIFTEEN
years or older, to learn trade.
Walsh  Sash and Door Factory.
WANTED���MALE TEACHERS FOR
High and Common schools, this city.
Applications received till noon of
August   1.     U.  Lennle,  Secretary.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank,  Cor. Columbia 1
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster. B. C.        Phone 335 1
PHONE QUICK IF YOU WANT THIS
���260 acres in famous Whonnock
district���46 acres waterfront, and
l65 acres dyked land all cleared and
ready for the plow; balance bush.
Only $li'5 per acre, at regular snap
terms of one-quarter cash and balance over 5 years at 6 per cent.
SALOON    VICTIM'S    WIDOW
WANTS   $3,000   DAMAGES
TENDERS WANTED.
Bel
Tenders   for   Paving   Columbia   Street
Extension.
Corporation    Invites    lenders
When Abdul Karin Stood
Firm, Arms Were Lopped
Off and Throat Cut.
Ingham, July 29.���The first local!
case   wherein   the   law   that   provides I  	
that a saloon man is responsible civil- from   street    paving   companies
in
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Best wages paid to right party.   Apply  201  Columbia street.
WANTED���BOYS
the Beaver cigar
TO    WORK
factory.
AT
NICE OUT OF TOWN HOMESTEAD
���Only three miles from town, close
to B. C. Electric railway; nine acres,
comfortable little house, and small
orchard. Prettily located; just right
distance trom road. Only ten minutes from city by car line. Price !ca
.4,000; one-quarter down and easy
terms.
In the list of the king's birthday
honors appeared the name of Dr.
Theodore Leighton Pennell, of Bannu,
who leceiveJ the gold medal of the
Order  of  the   Kaisai-i-llind.
It   is  eighteen  years  since  he  went j
out an.i established himself as a medl-
misslonary of the Church of England among the wild tribesmen of tlie
Afghan  frontier.    Since then  he lias.
ly for the injury done to a person
his place under the influence of liquor w in be ti ste !. was broughl here
today by Mrs. Minnie Hessford Shoemaker, whose husband, Ralph Shoemaker, v.as stabbed to death by Hugh
Finan following a drunken brawl in
the Turf saloon lasl September.
Suit for damages in the sum ot .."..-
000 is filed against Charles Passerinnl,
owner of the saloon where the killing
was done, and where it is charged
both men received tlie liquor thai resulted in the act.
At the trial of Finan he was cleare 1
by a jury, who found that he used his
knife in self-defence.
WANTED���A  GIRL FOR  GENERAL I
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
1   OFFER   FOR   QUICK   SALE   100
shales   of   American   Telegraphone
at .* per Share. Tiiis is a SNAP.
Address P. O. Box 1048, Victoria,
li. C.
��� j passed a life of adventure and  peril
GOOD THING IN BURNABY���27 which would have earned fame for a
acies, corner North Arm and Bonn- regiment of soldiers of romance. From
dary road (dividing line between the Afghan side one day came a Ma-
Uurnaby and South Vancouver); hometan priest, the Mullah Abdui
southern slope; easy clearing; Kharlm, and in due time he espouse!
splendid fruit land. Price below | the faith expounded by the young
market at .526 per acre; $6,000 cash Devonshire doctor.
and   balance  over  three  years at   7 I     Years went by. and somehow he es-
1 er cent. leaped being murdered.    He remained
*^*-~ -^~wwwa~w. j with  tlie  English  missloner   on   ibe
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.! Bannu Blde<"'the border- Then some-
New  Westminster,  B. C.      Phone 335
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital,
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
The
^^^^^^^ for
grading, street paving, laying of concrete Bidewalks, and construction of
storm water sewers for Columbia
Btreel from Fourth street in Leo-
pold place. Paving companies
will be required to stale term
oi years they will guarantee their paving and lhe percentage of money the
Corporation can retain during Ihe period of guarantee; also the steepest
grade they calculate I heir pavement
is safe lor horse traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications, and
further Information can be obtained
from .1. w. H. Blackman, City Engl-
neer,  City  Hall.
Tenders will be received up to 5
p. in. on August S, 1910, by the undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, N'ew Westminster, July
25, 1*110.
Vou ll   want   Wooden t_
P^er   Napkins,  ChMp >
^d   Forks,   Ba,ket     > ^
Cups,  Fishing  Tack e >
zine,  etc., etc. H-
You   can   0et   lhem
all
A T
FOR SALK���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; about 180
feet to another road; for $700; quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,  after  ii  o'clock.
THE    PEOPLE'S
451   Columbia
Open   Evenings
TRUST   CO.,   LTD.
St.     Phone   646.
for   Your   B enr.'it.
FOR SALE���A NEARLY MOW FIVE
room furnished cottage; half minute to car. Price 11,800; cash $t;on.
Address Owner, Daily News ofiice.
FOR   SALE���20  acres  on   Scott  road,
close in, at   .llu per acre.
FOR
ply
city
SALE���REFRIGERATOR.     AP-
II.  Oliver, L'.'i.'i  Eleventh stieet,
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
alter 6 p. m. or between !) a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14, 623 Columbia
street.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO    RENT ��� NICELY    FURNISHED I
room   suitable  for  two.    Handy  to
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth j
street.
FRUIT FARM���In Delta, 10 acres of
good land, all cleared, with good
house and barns, 25U bearing fruit
trees, on good road. Price $3,500.
Good   terms. (172A)
FORT GEORGE LANDS ��� 20,000
acres, being some of tlie best land
in Central British Columbia, which
is being sold rapidly in large and
small tracts, on very attractive
terms.    Call and get particulars.
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh street; 132x132 feet,
with small cottage; .3,500; $500
cash;   balance on very easy terms.
(17-C)
TO  RENT���FURNISHED  ROOM. 204
Agnes street.
TWO LARGE LOTS���Close to store
and train. One-fourth cash; bal-
anco $10 per month.
THE   PEOPLE'S   TRUST   CO.,   LTD.
451   Columbia   St.     Phone   646.
Open   Evenings  for  Your   Benefit.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM,
ply 818, Milton street.
AP-
^^^ITO  RENT.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. 1'. block; suitable
fot stoic looms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street,  City.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
LOST.
LOST���LADY'S BLUE COAT. FIND-
er please return to Daily News office.
LOST���CHILD'S
t v. i en   K. of P
SILK COAT BE-
^^^^^^^^^ Hall and Third avenue and Ninth street. Finder
please return to 235 Ninth street.
LOST���SET OF DRAWING INSTRU-
ments in green case. Finder please
communicate with Hope & Barker,
Trapp block.
LOST ���IN OR NEAR MARKET, A
pocketbook containing bank book
and sum of money. Reward if returned to Police station.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
wih gold chain, between tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News office.
FOUND.
FOUND���IN C.P.R. WAITING ROOM,
lady's coat. Owner may have same
by applying to ticket agent and
proving property.
CITY  OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local
Imporven ent. General Bylaw, 1909,"
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for Local Improvements on
the following streets, viz.. Tenth
street on both sides from Sixth avenue to Tenth avenue, except on the
<>ast side of said street between Sixth
and Eighth avenues; also on both
sides of London. Edinburg. Dublin and
Hamilton streets, Eight and Seventh
avenues between Tenth and Twelfth
Btreets. is open for inspection at the
ofiice of the Assessment Commissioner in the city hall, New Westminster,
British Columbia, and in case the owner or any person interested in any of
the properties included therein desires to appeal from such assessment,
he shall, within the period of eleven
(11) days from the first publication
of tl.is notice, give notice to the un-
ide's'cnerl in writing of his intention
to appeal.
Dated the 27th day of June, A.D.,
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
Date of first publication the 27th day
of June, 1010.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THP DAILY        NEWS
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
of Abbotsford, B.C., miner, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
on and in the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. E. corner, planted at the N. E.
corner of Section 19, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; tlience
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement and containing fi40 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C., this 9th
dav of June,  A.D.,  1910.
NORMAN   CASWELL.
Stop Paying
Rent!
Do you own a lot and would
like to build on it? If so, come
to us and we will arrange to
build your house for you. Call
and get full particulars of our
scheme for home building.
SURREY.
We   have
blocks   for   sale   in
Surrey  of
2   to   10  acres
near
car  line.
Some  on  main
road
within 3 tc
i 5 miles of city
.   We
hold   some
exceptionally
good
buys.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
In-
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The   B.   C.   Permanent   Loan
and   Savings  Co.
thing terrible happened.
How is happened was explained by
Dr. Pennell to a representative of
The London Daily Express a short
time ago.
"Abdul Kharlm had decided to go
back into Afghanistan and preach the
Christian faith to his own people. We
of the mission advised liini not to go.
pointing out that it was courting
death.
"Kut ho went, and was arrested and
taken to Kandahar, where he was put
in prison to await the arrival of the
Amir Habbibullah,
"When the Amir arrived, Abdul was
brought to his court and exhorted to
return to the faith of Islam.
"When he refused to become a Mahometan ho was manacled hand and
foot with heavy chains, and a bit was
set in his mouth like a beast of burden���tlie more effectually to humiliate him.
Lopped Off His Arms.
"Thus tortured, he was handed over
to two Afghan soldiers���men of normal Afghan cruelty���who were ordered to drive him thus on foot to
Kabull.
"It was further ordered that every
person who met him on the way was
to give him a slap on the cheek and
pull one hair out of his beard.
"When ho arrived in Kabul he was
cast into prison; but was subsequently liberated and ordered to leave the
country. No escort was given to him,
however, and he had to find his way
as best he could.
"In due time he came to a village
where he was recognized, and dragged befor the Mullah ln the local
mosque.
"There he was again ordered to become a Mahometan. When he refused his right arm was lopped off.
" 'Now,'  said his captors,  'will you
become a Mahometan?'
" 'I   will  not,'  said  Abdul   Kharlm.
"They lopped off his left arm.
" 'Now,' they asked again, 'will you
become a Mahometan?'
" 'I will not,' replied Abdul Kharlm.
"Then they cut his throat."
As a rule, however, the doctor's converts only get shot; but many of them
have died that way.
"I am tlie only white man in the
mission up there," explained Dr. Pennell.
Dr. Pennell, has never carried arms
of any kind in all his wanderings
along those savage marches of the
Indian empire.
"It would not help me if I did," he
said. "They could easily overwhelm
me. Once, I remember���shortly before the Tirah war of 1897���I went to
visit a man named Chikkai, the chief
of the Zaimukhts, in the South Tirah.
"He had sent an escort to bring me
to see some of his family who were
sick.
"Chikkai was a professional assassin who murdered his way to chieftainship of his clan. ItB members
were all skilled riflemen, all fugitives
from justice, all armed to tlie teeth.
"About a thousand of them surrounded us as I met Chikkai and they
did not all endeavor to dissemble their
dislike of the Christian ln their midst
"'Don't mind those ruffians!' Chik
kai advised me courteously. 'If one
of them attempts to molest you, I'll
shoot him on tlte spot!'"
Chikkai was very courteous Indeed
to tlie missionary, and brought out
his pet mullah, or priest, to argue
with him, while lie himself sat between tho pair to see fair play. He
also showed the doctor a little book
of prayers that he wore around Ills
nock as a charm. The guest noted
that all the prayers except one were
written in Arabic. The exception
was written in Pushtu���the language
of the tribesmen.
"I wrote that prayer myself," explained Chikkai, with proper pride.
"It says: 'Oh Allah! Whenever I
raise my rifle to my shoulder may it
never miss its mark!'
" 'And Allah has been good to me,'
he added, with pious fervor, 'I have
never missed my man!'"
Chikkai has about 400 murders to
his name.
Dr. Pennell is now in England collecting the funds necessary for the
extension of his hospitals, the purchase of X-ray apparatus, and the
building of zonana wards for tlie
women, who aro attended to by his
wife.
NOTICE.
IN THE  MAT'
Act.  1910;
ER ei the Companies
AND
of
Pros.
IN   TI1K   MATTER ^^^^^^^^^
Kennedy,  Limited:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the above-named Hale Bros. &. Kennedy, Limited, will one month alter
the 7th day of July, 1910, apply to
the Registrar of Companies for approval, changing its name to Kennedy
Bros.. Limited.
Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
7,  1910.
B.   S.   KENNEDY.
Secy. Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd. \
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street���Hj
New Westminster, B.C
SOCIETIES.
O. 0, F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting   brethren   cordially   invited
To Plant 250,000 Trees.
New York, July 29.���The biggest.
Arbor Day tree planting on record
will be tried in Brooklyn this year.
More than 250,000 seedling trees���
hardy eatalpas, which grow rapidly
and attain a height of twenty feet In
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; W. C. as many years, have been donated to
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary; the Brooklyn hoard of education and
J. W. MacDonald, financial secre- will be distributed, one each to every
tary. public school pupil in the big borough.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up
Reserves    	
.$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L. M.  RICHARDSON. Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
FACE INSURANCE
You insure your life, house,
business holdings, etc., etc. Why
not your face.
The policy of the "Gillette"
is to insure you against further
shaving troubles, dull unhoned
razors, cuts, time lost, money spent
A Gillette Safely Razor
establishes a long term insurance
policy for your face.
Jisk or writ* for our frea booklet
mxplalnlng a hundred and on*
things you ought to know about
shaving and tha care of your face.
Gillette Safetv Rrzot Set consists
of triple- silvrr plated bolder that will
last a lifrtimt-, with 12 double-edged
blades ( 14 kern rd^cs) ill velvet lined
leatlu-r case,   Price Jvoo,
Combination Sets���Brush, Soap, etc.
$6.50 to $50.00
Sold By
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water$|
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B. C
Telephone  R  113. Office:  p.
nceti $t I
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Hank of Toronto
it wiil be safe while you l<>ave
it, and ready when .ou need It,
and lt will be
All The Time
earning for you thrre per cent
Interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
BUILDING
SALE
As we are having a large addition built to our store we find it
necessary to reduce our stock to
make room for building operations
200 Men's Suits.    First Class Tweeds,    Worsteds    and   Serges.      Reduced One-quarter In  Price.
40  Men's Two  and Three-Piece Suits at One-half  Price.
100  Boys' Three-Piece  Suits  at One-third Off.
One Dozen Men's Two-Piece Suits at One-half  Price.
Summer  Underwear,  35  per cent off.
Boys'  Wash  Suits at One-half Price.
Children's   Sailors,   Values   up  to $1.25, for 25c.
80   BRANCHES
In    Ontario,   Quebec   anj  the
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
. $4,000,000
,. . 4,750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.  C,
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
White Star���Dominionl
Canadian Service
WeVe simply got to unload to
get the space. It is such sales as
this that keep us pre-eminent in
the clothing business���keeps our
stock fresh and attractive, and our
styles up to fashion's latest edicts.
REID & CO
The Store of Satisfaction
Clothes Hats Furnishings
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
8.8. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,  14,900 tons.
8.8. MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14,900 tons. ���
largest and most modern. w
commodation equal to any ero��
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.   GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any IVsign.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds,
39 Alexander St.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All  rubbish  nnd  garbage nHJ"' ���
amoved   to   the   foot   ol   hlx, ^i |
I street and Fifth avenue, where"
I be burned by the corporation.
I    Any person or  persons wno     0,
garbage  or  rubbish  of any ��>"",
any other street or avenue or
lane,   vacant   lot  or   public I"��iJ
will   be   prosecuted   under  i��e
visions of the Sanitary Bylaw-
By Order, S. J. PSJgJ*
Sanitary I"9l|cl
City Hall, June 13, 1910.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders ut
The  Arrow Pf%%
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, P-��-
_     ���na Vict"*
near The Dally News Co., BV��
Street.
ii��IM
*M       -W*. IRDAY
JULY 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
j, of Montreal
il** . , ���,rn  1817.
3TABLISHED 1817.
$14,400,000.00
LpiTAL     11,000,000.00
Eeserve    ��� ^_"
.,,,,,���,Houi    Canada    and
Branch. ln  London,  Eng-
,  : ,   ch cago and SpoUanr,
Neff^ j,n'virr,  City.     A   genera'
.
111!'!
city. ^^
transacted.
i available
all    parts
of
Let-
with
the
od
,S.A
Credit issue
*rS pondents in
,. D,rartment���Deposits
Savingsb0"    '    n,   $l   .,���,,   upward,
Reived I"        .,., .,, 3 p0r cent, per
��� ite i
,���mi"ii;. ' '..���   $180,000,000.00
Total ��� ���
toi"-
Torld
NEW WESTMINSTER
Nt    0 ,,. BRYMNER
BRANCH,
Manager.
Westminster
ransfer Co.
" Columbia 8treet-
Urered   promptly   to
,art of the city.
WW
any
Jg
ht and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM  DEPOT.
PAYMENT
OF  ANNUAL
TAXES.
CITY
Notice   to   Taxp;
yers:
NOTICE IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that
to obtain the ai     ��� e full n
bate allowablt. all niv T wi- ���
BEWER RATES Ml ST I e ;   id on
before the Is-. DAV of AUG1 ST.
For the com enience of d
the Collectoi 'a Offlce hours will lie
tende I to rech e Taxi s betw
and li p. in., on Saturdaj
and on Monday, Augusl 1st.
All  pei    i earni
to pay ibeir taxes befotel  osi
in order to avoid  undue pi <  i ure of
work upon fhe i li   ks whose dui l<
Increasing.
TO SAVE
TAXES,  I'l.
ni
 ^H
ween   .
luly :: th.,
i
c
ES TO SEEK
IHE LOST ANDREE
TIME WHILST PAYING
CASE BRING OR SEND
THE TAX DEMAND TAXPA. Kits
WHO KAIL TO BRING THEIR DEMAND NOTICES WILL BE SEPARATELY DEALT WITH AND NOT
ALLOWED TO DELAY PERSONS
WHO COMPLY WITH THIS REQUEST.
only the l" per cenl rebate will be
allowed from Augusl und., to Septem
her   1st.,   inclusive..
After September is' . rebates for
this year cannot be allowed.
J. A. RENNIE,
Collector.
City Hall, July 20th., 1910.
Swedish Official Arrives At
Winnipeg in Quest of News
of Polar Explorer.
SEATTLE    MAN   TAUGHT
$35,000   LESSON    IN    CUSTOMS
& Gardiner
Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
i   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
661 Residence  Phone  133
0. Box 395
Phone 730
& Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial  Block
FRANK H. D0DMAN
Coach and  Automobile   Painter.
Letter i t
and   Top   Repairing.
Sixth   Avenue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcieg Ior Ladk-s from .1275
liver Wa-.cbes,    genta'    open lace
I8-00-
| Silver Watches,  gents'  open    case,
*i~ up.
[Agent   for    Waltham   and      Elgin
fitches,
I Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
l*o Doom fiom Geo. Adams' Grocery
Try   a   -WANT"   ad
It will bring results,
In  The  News.
CITY  OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel   Pipe.
Tenders will he received by the
undersigned up to 5 p, in. (if August
1, 1910, for the supply of 1,000 feet
of 13-lnch diameter and 1,200 feet of
12-lnch diameter lapwelded steel
pipe and for Ill-inch diameter flexible
Joints.
Specifications and full particulars
can he obtained from the City Engi-
oeer, J. W. B. Blackman, City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Citv Hall, New Westminster, July
6, 1910.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, George Beckett,
of Ahbotsford, B.C., teamster, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, B. C, for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and In the following described lands'.
Commencing at a post marked G. B.,
N. \V. corner, planted at the N. W.
corner of Section 28. ln Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence east SO chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chains to
point ot commencement and containing 010 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
dav  of June,  A.D.,  1910.
GEORGE  BECKETT.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3H  to 25 H.  P.
: and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth  St.,   New  Weetmlneter.
VICTOR  A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
Tht  New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
saves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
!'* Wharf, New Westminster, with
tensers and freight as follows:
Le*T��B New Westminster Tuesday,
TOindnj md Saturday at 8 a. m.
Latrn, eiimiwack  Wednesday, Fri-
W ����<1 Bwiday at 7 a.m.
flfrt Class Passenger Accommodation
|"0YAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer.
HOPE  A  BARKER,  Architects
New Westminster-Trapp Block
Phone 666.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
of
Given  on  Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
W, RICH
[Teaming and Expressing.
DEAL1R IN
IWOOD
|W0 Fou
RTH   ST.
PHONE  R527
I
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Winnipeg, July  29.���Martia   Rosen
dahl, of Stockholm, Swi den, managing
director of   King   Oscar's   circul i
library,  arrived  In   Winnipeg  y<   tei
da; ���
A commission of special interest
;""1 Importance which Mr. Rosendahl
has on his hands is thai of seeking
1 " any possible information bearing
"" the fate of s. A. Andree nnd his
two companions, Strlndberg and Fran-
'������'���'��� who started In 1897 by balloon
fr��m the northern pari of Spitsbergen,
In mi attempt to reach the North pole,
bul wim were never heard of afterwards
Mr. Rosendahl is well acquainted
with E, A. Andree, brother of tlie lust
aerial navigator, who resides in Goth-
g, Swi den, and is a director of
tl i famous Gothenberg Bystem of conducting the liquor traffic. Mr. Andree has been much interested In the
s,,"'> published last December of
Whal a missionary had told to Bishop
Pascal, of the diocese of Prince Albert. It was a story of remnant, of a
balloon having been found by Eskimos
in the far north. A German missionary laboring among the natives there
bad stated that these people bad in
their possession a quantity of rope
different from what they could procure from the ships which enter the
Arctic seas.
Came From the Sky.
When questioned the Eskimos told
tbat many years before tbey bad come
across two while men who came down
out of the sky in a "white house."
These men had afterwards starved to
death and the natives bad seized upon
the balloon, the cordage of wliich they
converted to their own uses.
Another   story   said   to   have   been
told in the spring of 1P02 by a Hudson   Bay  company's  factor,  was  that
In  1900 au Indian arrived at his post
on the upper Churchill with a tale of
having met a party of Eskimos, who
had with them a number of brass instruments of different shapes, a quantity of metal  fittings which they had
utilized In  making hunting gear, several cooking  utensils of a character
before   unknown   In   that   land,  and
much   cordage  and   waterproof  cloth.
They   stated   that   some   time   before
they had been hunting on one of the
islands of the Arctic ocean, and one
day ihoy beheld a peculiar apparition
in  the  sky.     n   resembled   a   huge
"ooiulak," ur women's boat.    When it
finally  landed three men stepped out.
They started to approach the natives.
who   were   in   a  state  of  terror,   and
made   a   hostile   demonstration.     One
of  the  white  men  tired  a  gun  and  a
fight   followed,   in   which   the  natives
were   victorious,   killing   all   three   of
the wanderers.
Brother Impressed by Tales.
Mr. Andre', the explorer's brother,
was Impressed by some features of
the story. He regarded a mention of
some hard wood among the remains
found as specially significant, as the
explorer had a ring in his possession
of some very hard South American
wood���a fact of which hardly anyone was aware, and which would not
be at all likely to be thought of by
any one making up a fictitious story.
Mr. Rosendahl is a guest In Winnipeg of an old friend, M. P. Peterson.
He was here one. before in 1887. He
has spent considerable time in the
United States; and last year he was
commissioner for Sweden at the
World's Fair at Seattle. He has been
an- extensive traveler in various parts
of the world, and has been as far
north as the seventy-fifth parallel.
He declares his Intention of tracing
these latest rumors to their foundation, and following up every clew that
gives any reasonable promise of results, lf he finds it Impossible to complete his search this year, he proposes to follow it up next year.
Begins Investigation Here.
He will begin his Investigations ln
St. Boniface to find out where Bishop
Pascal is at present, llo will probably then go to Prince Albert and may
go to Hudson's Bay.
After Andree's departure in his ba-
loon he threw out buoys showing his
location at the time and live of these
were subsequently picked up. A reward was offered later for the discovery of tho remaining eight buoys. The
"polar buoy," which was to be cast
overboard from the highest latitude
attained, was picked up empty at
Spitsbergen on September 11, 1899.
Mr. Rosendahl reached New YorlJ
three weeks ago to inspect the circulating libraries established under the
auspices of King Oscar In the United
States. These libraries are also established in other countries and their
object is the free loaning of useful
Swedish books to Swedish societies
and congregations.
Seattle, July 20.���Uncle Sam, as an
Instructor, is a very expensive luxury.
Al least \v. W. Robinson, a local hay
and grain merchant, who ba.l to pay
10 for a short lesson In custo
dunes of the United States, thinks so.
Robinson a year ago took a coin i aci
to supply the United stales armj In
the Philippines with forage, the con-
tracl Including among other things
250,000 bushels of oats. Believing thai
I ������ could sine money, he went to Canada and purchased British oats at a I
price than he could get the same
grain here.
When the shipment reached Seattle
the trainload of British cars was held
for $35,1  duly, which Robinson paid
under protest. The forage was th< n
snipped aboard Hritish ships and on
i he Dlx to the Philippines. Robinson
held that the shipment was for the
government and thai no duty should
be collected, but as there was nothing
in the contract exempting the items
from duty, local officers put it up to
i he board of gent ral appraisers in
New York.
Ross E. CLesnut, local deputy collector, this morning received word
trom the board thai his ruling had
heen affirmed and thai Robinson's
money would not ho refunded.
HE TRIED FIVE DATS
TO BREAK INTO JAIL
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
Thomas Steward Stayed About Police
Station Until   He Got His
Long-Desired Term.
SEALED
the undersi
envelope '"l ender
Tender for Watei
TENDERS   addressed   to
ned,  and   marked  mi   the
for Piping System,"
System," and "Ten-
NEGROES
WARRING
MULATTO
ON
COLLECTOR
Washington, July 29.���Because he
is a mulatto, some nf the negroes of
the District of Columbia are objecting
to the appointment of Whitfield McKinley as collector of the port of
Georgetown, I). C, recently made by
Presi lent Taft.
One member of his race, speaking
for a part of his people, said that
they do not believe the appointment
of a mulatto will be of any benefit to
their race. Some white man, he said,
should receive the appointment. He
declared It was not right when recognizing the negro race to give all tne
good positions to mulattoes.
der    for    Pipe   Tunnels   and   Wiring
LDuctS,"  as the case  may  be,  will  be
[received at the otlice of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
ick noon of the 26th day of July,
1910, for:
(11 Air, steam, water and oil piping  system;
(2) Yard  water  system;
(3) Tipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required in connection with the Transcontinental Railway shops east of
Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications may be
seen in the office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottiiwa, Ontario, and In the office
of Mr. S. H. Poulin, District Engineer,
St.   Boniface.  Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied'
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to tlie Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Knginepr at St.  Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed hy all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, for a sum equal to ten per
cent (10 p. c.) of the amount of the
tender.
Any person whose tender Is accepted   shall   .within   ten   days  after  the
t�� a   i     r i . oo     -timAmm ���,���!,. (i,. I b i g ri j ri g thereof, si. n the contract, spe-
Victorla, July 29.-Todaj marks the | dfleatl0Mi and  other documents required to be signed, and in any case
of  refusal  or  failure  on  the  part  of
St. Louis, July 29.���Tt took Thomas
Stewart, fifty-seven years old, homeless and out of work, five days to
break Into the workhouse. When Act
ing Judge Grier, of the Clark avenue
police court. Imposed a fine on Stew-
aii equivalent to a sentence of forty-
six days in the workhouse, he exclaimed:
"Now I am happy. I will have a
chance to clean up and pull my nerves
together. Maybe, at the end of my
sentence I will feel like working again.
I am going to be a good prisoner. I
am sure the confinement will do me a
world of good."
Stewart applied to police headquarters for lodging several days ago,
When he was released the following
morning he begged the captain to
send him to the workhouse.
Stewart hung around the police station live days. He was finally arrested for idling. He was delighted
when Policeman Bernard told him lie
would have to be tried and probably
would be sent to the workhouse. He
said his wife was dead and that his
children were not helping him. He
worked as a switchman for tlie Missouri Pacific railroad until April 15,
he said, when he became sick, an 1
has not since been able to work.
Mourning   Period   Ends.
expiry of the prescribed period of
public or official mourning throughout the Empire for his late majesty,
King  Edward VII.
New Arrivals in
Ladies9 Blouses
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ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street
the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will he
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of tbe contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
Bv order,
P.  E.  RYAN.
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   of
the  Transcontinental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 30th June, 1910.
The White House
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"Peabodys* Overalls"
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Our Stock of Union Made
Overalls   and   Jackets
is Complete
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ASKS   DIVORCE   AFTER
FIFTY   YEARS   APART
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
ORKS-Corner Eleventh and Carline.
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PHONE 473
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Grand    Rapids,    Mich.,   July    29.���
separated  from his  wife
Charles M. Tuttle. an
soldiers' home, has just
divorce.    Tuttle  testl-
witness stand yesterday
away  to war to  fight
for   four  years   was
....��� of all  his domestic in-
He declared that his wife,
recovered   from  hei-
After  being
for fifty years,
Inmate of the
begun suit for
fled  on  the
that  his going
for   his   country
the beginning
felicities.
Elizabeth,  never^	
anger at his action in going away.
The couple were married In this country in 1851.
Tuttle enlisted at the outbreak of
the war and served through the con-
Btet, but after^ ^ ^ ^ ^
__   returned home
said his wife refuse. ^^^
For many yearB past she has been ln
Wisconsin.
Striped Overalls
and Jackets
Blue Overalls and
Jackets
Black Overalls and
Jackets
Khaki Overalls
and Jackets
Sizes from
34 to 48
PEABODYS*
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OVERALLS
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Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for It.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 5, G, 7 and 8, Block 3 of part
of the south-east quarter of Section 7,
Township 8, Map (28, ia the District
of New Westminster, Clorerdale.
Whereas proof of the less of Certificate of Title Number 1U4S4 F, issued
In the name of R. T. Wilson Herald
has been filed in thii ofioe.
Notice lg hereby glvea that I shall,
at the Piplratien of ana month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, ln a daily newspaper published la
the City of New \Vest��l*��ter, issue a
duplicate of the said Certltoete, unless
tn tbe meantime Talid abjection be
made to me ln writing.
C. 8. KBITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Oflee,
New Westminster, B. C, July ��, 1910.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Re the North Bast quarter of Section 5, Township IS. in the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tificae of Title Number 5059F, issued
in the name of Allan A. Curtis, has
been  filed ln  this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
ln a dally newspaper published in thc
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me lu writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C. July 8, 1010.
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For Sale by
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M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for   PEABODY'S   Overalls, Jackets
and Gloves (all Union Made) for New Westminster
NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER :
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Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
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E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1910.
THE     KING'S    OATH.
Thc proposal to reconstruct the
wording of the oath of accession by
the removal of the old-time formula
denouncing the Pope and all his
works, has met with a considerable
amount of opposition on the part of
the non-conformists and a certain
section of the church party in Great
Britain. Apparently some of these
good people regarded the proposal
amendment as too weak in character
to serve as a vindication of the Protestant faith, and were filled with fear
that the Catholic might Utilize tlie
slight advantage gained and push
their cl.tims n little further. Hut. the
non-conformists great objection to the
amendment wns that it laballed the
king as a member of the established
church exclusively. The objectionable clause ran: "And declare that I
am a faithful member of the Protestant church as by law establish in
England."
The strength of the opposition
which was manifested by the nonconformists compelled Premier Asquith to take account therefore and
to adopt an amended clause reading:
"And declare that I am a faithful
Protestant. " In this form the Accession Declaration bill has passed its
second reading in the British House
of Commons.
It seems to us, however, that the
bill cannot pass into law in this form,
lf only for the reason that the King
of England is constituted by law thel
head of the established church and
must therefore be a member thereof.
But the amended clause now adopted
would permit his majesty to belong
to any sect of the Protestant faith,
and he either a Methodist, or a Baptist, or for that matter a Holy Roller.
Tho oath as it now stands will very-
likely attract the attention of the
main body of churchmen, who will
have some further representations to
make thereon when the bill reaches
the committee stage.
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REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS,  10 P. M.
in
COMPRISING: j
New Bedroom Sets, Extension Tables \
Buffets and Sideboards
ALL MARKED AT HONEST PRICES
I DENNY   &   GALLOWAY
Reliable Home Furnishers
Phone 588
43-45 Sixth Street
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New Westminster
i Some Attractive Specials
HOUSE   FURNISHINGS
A timely money-saving opportunity in House Furnishings that will be
welcomed by thrifty housekeepers.   Here are snaps that you should not miss
every item a genuine bargain, all good, sound values that are just as advertised, and are well worth investigation.
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Colored Art Muslins
8c   per  Yard.
In a nice range of small designs, \arious colorings, ahout
21 inches wide. Special, per
yard     8c
36in. Art Muslins
10c per Yard.
Fine quality art muslins and
sllkollne, suitable for curtains
or coverings. Regular 1-'- and
15c for. per yard   10c
Reversible Damask
50c Yard.
Two colorings only, :   ... r;ri.
ning design  in  revi
cerlzed  damask.    : ;
portiere curtains, i tr     ; .      ,.
65c for,  [ier  yard    50c
If you want something; Choice I for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
TIPFERARY AS CAMPING GROUND
two of the places that got a medal.
Two places that had no high school
.ot a medal that year. Miss Zella M.
Hetherington Is the head pupil at
Armstrong this year and gets no
medal.     Armstrong   got   a   medal   in
It would be interesting to know why
the Council has granted the Rev. Mr.
Wilson tlie privilege of occupying a
considerable space of ground on tlie
Tipperary reserve, for. we understand,
the holding of evangelistic services.
A series of tents have been erected
on tl.is space, and except the one to
be used for the services there are
occupied as residential quarters, Why,
we should like to ask, should a complete stranger who contributes nothing to the city treasury, be allowed
to carnp on this reserve, when such
a license would not be granted to a
ratepayer of this city? As a matter]
of light, surely the latter has the first
claim upon Tlpperary park as a camping ground, if this be the purpose for
which it is to be used. The Council
could not Indeed objoct if a number
of citizens were now to appropriate
this space for camping purposes.
Beyond this, however, the holding
of services in a tent here is likely to
be a nuisance to residents in the vi-
cinity of Tipperary park. The excuse
that accommodation for holding these
services was not available cannot be
pleaded. There are a number of public halls well suited for tho purpose
which could be liinM. If the services
had 1 eon held in one of these then
thi (ity would have received some
slight benefit at all events, hy a contribution for rent from the mission.
As i: is it receives nothing and the
citizens have to tolerate a nuisance in
their midst.
1008 and 1909 and passed up eight pu-
pils this year.    Kamloops and Vernon
are to get a medal, although each of
them passed up fewer than eight pu-|
pils this year.   It thus seems not only;
as lf the  department  was influenced
[by  favoritism;   but also  if  it  had  a'
grudge against the Hetherington fam- j
lly.    Why was the medal taken away
! this year?
Earl Grey told the Port Hope school
j boys that he was sometimes "shock-1
] ed"  at the  unfair manner  in  which |
games  were   played  and  they  might
I be   sure   there   was   something   "rot-
Correspondence
(Thf Daily News is not responsible
for tne opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
THE   GOVERNOR'S   MEDALS.
Editor, Daily News:
Sir*���In the votes and proceedings
of last session (1910), Dr. Young slates
that in 191)8 the Spallumcheen school
trustees were informed that the govern ir-general's bronze medals were
offeied in competition to places win-re
it high school had been established.
He also states that in the same year
the Chilliwack school trustees were
Informed that they wero given to
pia i s whi' e there was the most coin-
petition   in   the  high  scliool  entrance
In 1907 Miss Pearl Hetherington
v.'ms held nunil at. Armstrong, but she
got no medal. Armstrong then had a
high school an' had more comretl-
tlon at the entrance elimination that
ten" in the character of Canada if
her sports were not conducted In a
fair manner.
Lieutenant-Governor Paterson and
T>reinier McBride, were Informed of
the unfair manner in which those
medals were distributed during the
past four years, in ample time to have
prevented It from occurring this year.
There is about as little danger of
the medal being taken away from New
Westminster as there Is of the "Mug."
I ask you, however, to be good enough
to publish this and so help Armstrong
to get what she seems to be so fairly
entitled to. I send you a picture of
ouch side of the medal for publication. J.  N.  MUIR.
July 29, 1910.
FALLS THROUGH   BRIDGE.
El Paso. Texas, July 29.���A street
ear with twenty-five persons on hoard
wont through the internal lon.-il
bridge here this morning. Injuring
several passengers, As there Is little
water in the river at present no one
was drowned.
The Public
Supply Stores
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APRICOTS
For
Preserving
A Carload
Just Received
Place your order Now.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Ecru and White Madras, Scrim and Muslins
Clearing at 25c per yard
Now is the time to refurnish all your windows, etc; a varied selection tn choose from: scrims with
lace edges, madras muslins with floral designs, and plain muslin with lace and Insertion bordering;
in ecru, cream and white.    Regular 35 and 40c per yard, for per yard     25c
All Better Qualities in Madras Curtainings Specially
Unequalled Values in White Sheeting
Compare our  prices with any other;   we challange you  to tind  better  value  than   we off. i  today;
8x4 Bleached Sheeting, regular 30c for, per yard    _-
8x4  Bleached  Sheeting, regular 35c for, per yard        30c
9x4 Bleached Sheeting, regular 45c for, per yard        371 - c
Clean-Up in Door Panels
Lace door panels, sash curtains, etc., in floral and set designs, with and without frills.
A varied assortment to choose
from���and we Intend to clear
the lot. Regular .1, $1,25 and
$1.60  for, each    75c
Here's a Special in
Pillow Cotton
Circular pillow cotton in 40,
H, 41 and 46 inch widths. Good
line round thread, thoroughly
bleached. This ls what you pay
25c a yard for at ordinary times.
Now, to induce you to Invest,
ii yards for .1 or, per yard   20c
50c Casement Cloth
35c    Yard.
To Introduce this cew plain
casement cloth, we offet a spell il    Inducement;    46    lnchei
wide   in   cream   nnd   ecru  only.
Sells   at   60c   regular.    S
per yard    35c
A Large Selection of Steamer and Motor Rugs on Hand at Moderate Prices
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Salm
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Report  I
July   29,   1910.
Bellingham���Got 20 000 altogether
yesterday, of which 4,000 came from
Salmon banks, 3,000 from Lumml and
13,000 from gulf. Seiners doing better.
Anacortes���Got 7,500 from traps and
4,500  from  seiners.
Vancouver Cannery ��� Boats averaged 40.  Got 2,700 fish yesterday.
Deas Island Cannery���Got about 700
fish   yesterday.
Brunswick Cannery ��� Got about
1,500  flsh  yesterday.
St. Mungo Cannery���Got about 400
flsh yesterday.
British Columbia Cannery���Got 250
flsh yesterday.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery���Got 2,622
flsh yesterday.
Imperial Cannery���Got about 3,700
flsh  yesterday.
Scottish-Canadian Cannery���Thirty,
flve boats averaged 35 yesterday.
High  boat this morning, 201.
Phoenix Cannery���Only nine boats
In;   averaged  100 yesterday morning.
July 28���Terra Nova cannery reports the loss of three-quarters of a
net, 5-40, 45 mesh. Buoy and lantern
attached. License No. 234. Cut by
steamer with scow, going towards
Nanaimo,  last  night.
July 28���Terra Nova cannery reports the finding of three-quarters of
a net, 0 ply, 15 mesh, with blue lantern and buoy attached. No license
number. Japanese name on net, Mat-
simato.
July 20���Brunswick cannery reports
the theft of a net from an Indian boat
last night. License A.10. 551. Net
6 ply, 40 mesh. Leads marked B. K.
and same mark on some of the floats.
JOHN   D.   ROCKEFELLER
WOULD   BE   SOLE   JOHN
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE OAILV NEW
It
Cleveland, July 2!).���Because he
placed in the window of his saloon a
sign reading "This Is John D.'s
place," John D. Schnapps was arrested today. The complaint was filed
by Frank F. Marmann, who says he
is a friend of John D. Rockefeller.
Marmann says Mr. Rockefeller is
known as "John I).," and he asked
what the oil man's Sunday school pupils would say If they chanced to pass
the saloon and saw that sign.
Schnapps gave bond, and his trial
was set for next Tuesday. He argues,
as his name Is John D., he has a perfect right to use it on his sign.
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Your Opportunity
We have now placed on the market
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wishing to extend their business to
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and consequently this opportunity is
given to the public to share In the
profits of a safe and going concern,
guaranteeing large profits to those
who are fortunate enough to Invest
some of their surplus money. We feel
that we are well within the mark in
stating that the profits in the next
three months will be 20 per cent, of
the investment. It will pay you to
call at our offices, at the corner of
Columbia and Begbie streets, and investigate this proposition, as an
opportunity of this kind has seldom,
if ever, been offered to the citizens
of New Westminster.
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Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets        Phone 680
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i\. *<!*.. ,8ATUBDAV, JULY 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
"���i'"UTW���    PAGE FIVB. ~^
^OCTINGJ^S
' off TEAM TODAYj    BY TEN LONG RUNS
Marshall Replaces Cap- j Leaders Lose Game to Run-
[. jjj Match Against the     ners-Up   By    Ascending
al11  ' -A'.  Jami-Aa   f*i ].   .'_   mi.J...l
SPEND    YOUR HOLIDAYS   AT  THE  SEASIDE
Pancouv
lacrosse
will
���er Aggregation.
im_    __���.
ck. end not at _
i liu   case
The New
,ame against Vancou-
start sharp  at  throe
(mlf past, three, as
with   Hie   Montreal
West minster team
P��'Mhlv line up as follows: Goal,
i"1'1"'       Galbralth;   coverpolnt.
Ji    Ul. flrst defence, Jim Gif-
Second defence,  Ton.  Rennle;
��� ,  ,.,. Rennie; center,
'��NI."....-,I��H Turnbull;
���home  Wintemute; first home,
.       Len TurnblU; Inside,
���"���'ime old team thai heat  Mon-
(ejcept thai Tommy Gilford will
,1,1V 1-t- "P>!|   "���  jt-
""is a rumor that Tommy Burns
ball, and  he may;   hut
., ,   Was out   of the  city
��?'      d i,e had not notified the
or anvone  else  here  that
i ase.   However the
jpUI |���, [aCed oil and that is the,
thing for the curtain will rise
that oughl i" be the hest lacrosse
en this year.
I, \,.u Westminster team, though
,.. ���......: ened by the absence of
my   Gilford.     will     be      stion.
to put up an argument with
ding that comes along.   The Van-
ermen have been practicing hard
.   ,   ol   days  ago  they   had
j  iitlonal advantage of receiving
Tommy Burns some practical ad-
on the manly art of self-defence.
is to he hoped that tne yarns told
(the presence of the famous Mr.
i itch have some founda-
��� for tl ere ire men in tho
, ! agalnsl Tommy back
many years a so and they would
-    Ill    again,    At one time
������ ���   Ni ..    Westminster   team
led a team from Seattle, about ten
u      i   mmy   was  between  the
ft for Seattle, but the Americans
I beaten all the same.
i bave the premier of the  prov-
. art one same, the speaker of
!      the nexl and a prizefighter
Sell i> going some, anyway, and
Iis a  same for  people
Bll kinds of different tastes,
e Vai       et   team   wlll   consist
point, Griffith; cover-
It Howard;  flrsl defence, Spring-
lecmd defence, Godfrey; third de-
P     ring    center, West; third
1    ��� b id  home,  Allen;
home, Cowan;  out.ide, Hennes-
. inside, Hogan.
!  Ladner, will referee.
Into Clouds in Third.
The Alerts climbed another runs up i
the   city   league   ladder   lasl   night,
when they made the Maple Leafs look]
like  pretty sick  foliage by  defeating
thorn   twelve  to  two.    By   ascending
several blocks into the atmosphere in
the third inning the Leafs forfeited all
chance of winning the same.   In that I
spasms   Storm  could   not   hold  down :
the   hatters  and   the  infield   went,  to
pieces as well, allowing the winners i
to  come  in  with  seven  runs.
The Leafs sot one in the first and
one in second but Poupore held them
down for the other four innings so
that never a man crossed the plate.
Pourpore pitched a great same, fanning his men with mathematical regu-1
larity. In some Innnlngs the Leafs
would get a man as far as first and
in one Sutherland managed to set i
as far as third, but there was not bins
Stirring even at that.
The Alerts seemed to find Storm
rather easy and hit him hard. In the1
fifth Inning Reilly landed on the ball i
and knocked it over the bleachers fori
a home run, and in tlie last inning i
played the Alerts scored two.
Umpire All' Turner gave good satisfaction although he had an argument!
with   Smith  as  to  whether  he  could j
change the side he hatted from more
than  once.    Smith  started  to  strike j
from the left.   The umpire called one!
ball, and  Smith changed over to the
right.     Ile   watched   a  swift  one  go!
past.     "Strike   one!"   yelled   Umpire
Turner, and Smith jumped hack to the
left  again  as if  he  had  been  stung.
The   umpire  ordered   Smith   to   take
the position  he had  first changed to
hut Smith started to talk rules and at
the request of the pitcher the umpire
allowed him to stay where he was.
A fair crowd turned out to see the,
game.
The following are the players:
Alerts���C. Starr; p, Poupore; lb,
Reilly; 2b, Sinclair; ss, Peele; 3b,
Fitzgerald, lf, Jamieson; cf, McPhail;
rf. Glass. Maple Leafs���C, Smith; p.
Storm; Ib, Roach; 2b, Dlgnan; ss,
Jamieson; 3b, Owens; If, Sutherland;
cf.  llandford;   rf,  Mills.
Score  by  innings; It-
Alerts       1 1 1 0 1 2-12
Leafs          1  1  0 0 0 0��� 2
Standing   of   the   League.
Won. Lost
Manic  Leafs      6       3
Alerts       5       5
! balmprals     -i      ''
SECURE A LOT AT
WHITE  ROCK
The Coming Summer Resort   of New
Westminster by the Sea
m
First class train service, 40 minutes from town,
splendid Drinking water, beautiful scenery, with
Mt. Baker, the Olympians and Gulf Islands in the
distance. Bathing on sandy bottom the best on
coast.
White Rock  Time  Table
Leave New Westminster���
8:15 a- m., 10:30 a. m.,
4:30 p m., midnight.
Leave White Rock ��� 2:50
p. m., 6:25 p. m., 9:27
p. m., 4:25 a. m.
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A few Lots   left   facing   the   Sea,   $350, Terms  $50
Cash,  Balance in  four   half   yearly  payments of $75
Other Lots  $250, $50 Cash, Balance as above.
On arriving at White Rock, enquire for our Mr. Sands, who will
show you over the property.
WHITE,   SHILES &   CO.
Columbia   Street, New Westminster, B. C.
WESTMINSTER  PLAYERS
LOSE  IN   VANCOUVER  TENNIS
BASEBALL
Friday, July  28.
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In thp Vancouver tennis tournament
yesterday Miss Corbould and Miss
Peele were defeated in the semi-finals
by Miss Pooley and Miss Baker, 6-1,
i:-::. This Is the last of the New Westminster contingent tn play in Vancouver as the others were all defeated
before. In the men's doubles, semifinal, P. A. McRae. of Victoria, and
Joe Tyler, of Seattle, were beaten by
ll. Bchwengers, of Victoria, and Beverly  Rhodes, of Vancouver.
The match which attracted the most
interest yesterday was that between
Bchwengers, the champion of British
Columbia, and Garrett, the champion
of Alberta. Bchwengers won.
Ilnals  will  all  he  played  today
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Will Open Forty Week Theatrical Engagement in-London Soon.
Chicago, July 29.���Jack Johnson, the
champion   heavyweight   pugilist,   will
return  to  Chicago  on  Tuesday  next
gland will remain only long enough to
0 j pack    his    belongings and then  will
g; | leave this country for over a year.
\      The champion will sail for London
1 I one week from Monday, where he is
scheduled to open a theatrical tour
which will run over forty weeks and
which Includes every country In Europe. Ile will not engage in a single
tight during the tour.
Begs to announce that he has removed to those offices in Northern
Crown Bank Building formerly occupied by E. J. Fader.
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
Northern Crown Bank Building
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Selected at Gray's please the recipient.
They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined taste.
CUT GLASS in Celery Dishes, Spoon Trays, Bon  Bons, Fern and
Flower Pots, Vases and Fruit Bowls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE  in  great  variety   from   Pickle   Jars   at   $3.00   to
Tea Sets at $25.00.
MRS.   SAGE   WOULD   AID
WOMAN   AEROPLANISTS
MARKET
REPORT
getting better every week. The old
potatoes can be had almost for the
asking.
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21 Garden City. N. Y.. July 29.���Mrs. i
j Russell Sage has developed Into an i
; 'aeroplane enthusiast. She has no in- j
retention of making a flight herself, but |
4 she is anxious to do all In her power j
j; i to help the development of aviation,!
q and she wants particularly to see that
0 i woman has a part In the work.
i Mrs. Sage was a visitor at the Aero]
club's aviation field yesterday, as the
r, guost of Miss E. L. Todd, whose work
0 | on an aeroplane of her own design has
earned for her the distinction of be-
America's only woman aviator,
many   women
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. . .0% to 10c
Beef, forequarters, per lb. ..7% to 8c
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Lamb,   per   lb 17c
No   great   attendance   marked   the [Mutton, per Ib    15c
holding of the weekly market yester- Jgjf Sum.' per lb:'!!!! 1!!!! "lE
terday. The farmers are too busy mak-1 Eggs   wholesale, per doz 33c
lng hay to pay any attention to any- Eggs,  retail,  per doz 40c
thing  else  at   the  present  time  and j Butter, wholesale, per lb 25c
so there were only the regular attend-1 *****  r^;lil-   If   lb ;��� ��� ;30c
* , , ,       i Fowl, per doz., live  $7 to 9
ants  and   the  truck  gardeners  there 1ohicKens, per doz, live  $5 to fi
yesterday. . Broilers    .4   to  5
There   was   less   fluctuation   in   the  I1uckg    |ti  t0 ?6 6Q
prices than there has been for some Geese  cacll   $1,60
time, the  list  being almost  without p0tats_es, newfper sack ..$1.25 to 1.50
a single change.    The supply of the ��� potat()es   oldj per sack   75c
different lines of produce and the de- Onlb^B, per sack    $1-50
raand for the same have seldom been Turnips, per sack   60c
so nearly equal as they were yester-; Cawats, per sack  75c
day.    Hardly a thing that was worth  Beets, per sack  75c
buying that was brought to the mar- parsniDS) per sack  75c
ket was  not  sold yesterday and yet. Q008qberrles, per lb fie
there was no great rush for the stuff, | cherries,  per  lb 6  to  8c
������ iand   the   buyers   ln   most   cases   had  HaspbelTies,   crate    $2
o,     'I  hope to see   many   wuuwuen-1 ^   d,fflculty   ln   flndIng   what   theyiRed Currant8, Der lb fie
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forts made by
and shall gl
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K-   ���    ���      ���    from inventors whO|J��a Btrawberries are quite done and
but   few   chenies   being
John B. Gray
������.-.-.--..*.:.*��-. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.
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ladlv give them anv aid injury poor quality and attracted little
Of course, 1 receive hun- attention,     Raspberries  still  continue
'. .���,.���  ���,iiri i to   come   In   in   largo  quantities  but
PRINTS
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dreds  of  letters  	
seek my assistance, and I cannot give
aid Indiscriminately. But I shall giaa-
ly help any woman who has a piac-
tlcal plan."
Zingaris Win Again.
London. July 20,-The Zingaris won
a close game at Folkestone today-VT
eight, runs. Folkestone in thelr first
Innings had 102 runs and the Zingaris
in their second Innings had 164 runs.
William Marshall. :is; Waldemar Mar-
shall, 22; Green. 20. Folkestone had
218 runs in the second Innings
Lownshorough four wickets tor ��
runs-, Wight two wickets for 34 runs.
The Canadian lielillng
Seagram making a fine cMn.
of  cut
the ^^
there are
offered.
There was a good display
and pot flowers and the florists' stalls
made, about the bravest showing they
have done so far this year.
The supply of beef was not so plentiful but the demand was good. Lamb,
mutton, beef, veal and pork were all
short of demand, and maintained the
prices of last week.
There  was no change In  the fowl
situation,  and  all  other  commodities
^^^^^^     usual,   except   ducks,
which are
much demand
were   ahout   as    .
at present  not attracting
New York, July 29.���A new idea
in calling cards reached New York
yesterday by way of White Salmon, a
small town in Washington. The card
was flrst seen at a Broadway hotel
where It was presented by Al H. Jew-
ett, of White Salmon.
The face looks like any ordinary
card, with the address In one corner. The new Idea Is on the back,
where a brief history of the family
appears.
According to the card presented by
Mr. Jewett, he is the tenth son of a
family of boys.
Accident:
Insurance
I represent the Railway Passengers Assurance Co. of London,
England, which Is the oldest and strongest Accident Assurance Company ln the world. Founded in 1849 for the benefit of passengers
by railroad, the principle was soon found to be of wider application,
and  the  system  was  extended in 1855 to
Accidents of All Kinds
This  Company  has  paid  claims  amounting  to  over  130,000,000.
EMPLOYERS* LIABILITY.
PUBLIC  LIABILITY.
CONTRACTORS'   EMPLOYERS   LIABILITY.
PERSONAL   ACCIDENT   AND   SICKNESS.
ELEVATOR   LIABILITY.
FIDELITY BONDS.
Enquire for rates In this reliable company.
ALFRED  W.  IVI c LEOD
"The Insurance Man",	
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
LONGLOST   MINER
BOBS   UP
IN    DAWSON
was  splendid,
Dawson, Y. T., July 29.���J. A. Ack-
len,   who   disappeared   from   Seattle
The names of all the j two years ago, after having reached
male  members of the family are on there   with    |50,000    Klondike    gold,
iich clemann. ..,_��� bigger and! the back of his card, numbered ln ro- turned up here this week In the best
lfi? SFK deuSd  for Them is ' tatlon. " of health.
He says he haa been mining in
Peru.
He ls back to close large Interests.
Ho will remain here for a while and
then visit Fairbanks and the Iditarod. There is scarcely any movement
this way for the Iditarod.
The last boat had only one passenger for there. PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. JULY
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If, Madam, we could take you right into our
Model Bakery at the Mill, where all our tes:s are
made, you would see exactly what we mean when
we say, " Robin Hood Flour is Different.
You would see how favorably it compares with
other flours in respect to color.
Its superior quality would be plainly visible
to you.
You would quicker realize why you are to add
more water than usual when using it.
The bigger loaf made bv it would lie before you.
Seeing it, you would note its closer texture -no waste.
Tasting it, you would admire its finer flavor.
In short, vou would surely decide thai you ought
to start usiQg Robin Hood Flour ri^ht away.
But, Madam, if you cannot come to cur Bakery,
we can help you to have better Baking Results ot
your own.
Use Robin Hood Flour yourself, and prove that
what we claim for it is true.
We supply the flour-quality. We
give the guarantee. It is up to you
to get the benefit.
Have you asked your grocer
about our Money-back-guarantee yet ?
Saskatchewan Flour Mills Co.
Limited,
Moose Jaw, Sask.        *
RUTHENiANS TO HAVE
THEIR OWN BISHOP
Archbishop Langevin Makes
Report to   Rome-Winnipeg Will Be See City.
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a full   line   or   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINT.*   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
MOTHER FINDS SON AFTER
FOURTEEN TEARS' SEARCH
Spokane    Woman    Hastens    East    to
Claim   Lad   Lost to  Her Since  He
Was Babe in Arr-s.
\Vilson. Cook & Co.
Fe; :o afiAOOnce thai thej bave disposed ei their business :; :':.e People'*
Trust Cc. Ltd. ;-.zi have purchased
a large amount of stock in same.
Wilson, Cock i  Co, t.$g io t___
&S numerous clients for pas: favors,
and respectfully solicit a continuance
of their business for the People's
Trust Co.  Ltd.
The offices  of the Trust  CoEpanj-
are at ,     :       I  \JJ
451 Columbia Street
Corner of Ckurct Street
Spokane, July 2v.���After U:r: separated from her only child tot more
than fourteen years. se;ir.s him lasl
when he was .: babe .r. ar\..? .'���'.:.-
Harvey L. Harrinetc. of Spokane,
has gone to Dubuque. Iowa, to claim
her son and bring him to   her   new
: -    a:    Salmon    Meadows.    Idaho.
where ?r.e :.i :<::.:  f.:. ol lasl  seas
Mrs.   Harrington   :..-.s    been   in   the
northwest s.i.t  :>.". -.: :.j r . .   .
In   ���:-...  is parts erf  Montana, Ore^. n
Idaho and Washington.
Just :-.-:' ���:���; :���...::.:- .. train In Si -
fe.ire for E crlingtoD, : -.-. Mrs Harrington said, while tears ' - ..:-���--
snd sntidpatioa :;.~i c:-i ~i:
cheeks, that he: fondest :.:;-=��� of rears
was about :: be reaped '.'������'.��� ...z ..
few days she will be re.L::e: with
her soi.. -_. i-; -: :r_i_z:_.~ '.
hfa mother.
.Vrs .".itr-.n_*."i s story has Its paretic s:;e. Separated Eron her ;
ty strife vMeh :.-:.;:eu be* home
.-- In Iowa In ISM she cane te
JftabtagtOI nai uug:.: ~:h:-:. :i -_-..3
s.-. aeignoonrig ::i:r: He: husbaid
��� arr.t'i the se>::_: :.za s.ni i;-_-_ i.
few months later Tbe step:
placed :ir ;���:. .z -^. :~ii. = .;-.._
soon tJ-.er���isii. ���zez ill ::���.:* :'. tit
;:...1 -*hs .j*: u -_i* ~:'.i��:
Tie ��*-:" 'ii .-.11 ii: ���
times." Mr? r.tr-.-.r:-. h���L
ne-re: km '.-~:z. '. tz-f* '. ���* . i tzi
_y clild. 1 i.i���.\ '. -^-i :.ri��ir-:-:
whfi '. m_: iii :: : t�� :: i.i
where&iou:. bi: s-:me*_i:z�� a���-.���'*'.
:o te..  -�� :i_i*. ~t t**-:'z ���:..'. ie
Winnipeg,   Jul;     29. ���His    Grace,
.���,        s   ip Langevin, while In  Rome
.,  , |       on     - "ad limina" visit, tur-
.,! authorities with
. ulars as to thi   growth
In  i        ers of   Roman   Catl olics   ol
; a Ruthenian rites with-
I,   ��� larles  ol the archdiocese
:  St   Boniface.    As a result, there-
��� -   ���        ; ' bl        i ol
���    : [te,   as   this   lias   tl e
ges     ��� er   of   adherents,   is   ex-
ted   tn  the  near  future,  probably
.    i The Episcopal see of
the at w I Ishop will be established in
Wini i] ��� -. though thi re are Ruthenian congregations at Sifton, Man.. Ros-
Sask. Edmonton, and other
- . s .������:-���, pei bai s, as that of St.
\ s  In Winnipeg.   Nearly all are
attended by members of the order of
SI   I tail, though that at Sifton is in
.. -v of a secular French-Canadian
est, Kev. Fr. Sabourin, who studied
- ���     [llj   for the Ruthenian rite after
ng ordained in the Roman.
The   Oriental   Rite.
His Grace had a conference with the
���   of   the   propaganda   at   Rome
concer:..:.^ the priests of the Oriental
rite  in the west, who are under the
irisdl tion of that official of the Ro-
man   Catholl    church,  and  assurance
as   given  that the   priests   of   this
est    who    had    adopted    the
.    erian  rite, like Father Sabourin,
..��� ild bi      cepted by the new bishop
when  he should be appointed.
re leaving for Rome, liis grace
bj -.   .:   ��� d that steps had been taken
:ect a new diocese with the see at
.. .-.nd an apostolic vicariate of
- ��� ratio  and when in Rome the llm-
its   rf   these   Jurisdictions   were   ap-
pix red by His Holiness. Pope Pius.
Monslgnor   Langevin   preached   at
mass In the Catheiral yesterday
:. rning, bnt beyond a brief reference
bis  visit to Rome and its objects.
.-.s mentioned above, made no remarks.
Tl ere are several names submitted to
tbe Holy See for each of the two new
.  rlsdictions, but according to a rule
recently   established,   the   names  are
not   made  public,  and  none  but  the
-���:     nes will ever be published.
THE    COST    OF    LIVING.
Departmer
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Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  E:M    1:21
S '    and erery hall ���Ota thereafter ue:.'. Ll I   m.
Ca_s '.ey.? Vanoowet '.- Weatadnstec  it  i 5     ���' '
an e^e-y half -..-- ::e"ei;:er ontil '.'. '.'.   -   m.
Retarn T..-i    xi.-.i   ���        .:. :ei   _ii-  :.     "���
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Cars >��-.e VancottTer for Wes:m:i=:--
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every h.lf h:ur tierfaft'?- -c::l '.: *<:   p.  m.
Ssaday Bxcaratai Rites    Ketari fire   c'c. ctM-*--.   zzc
Fre.cit Scheiale���Freight cirs ".eive Westabtttar te V*mcom*m
at Tii s^ m    11 .'.- s. m. aid 3:i0  p.   rn.    Freight   cars   iear^   '.'ii-
ccuver for Weatmiaster at &:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
C::v Limits Une
Sunday Serv..^-
Sappertoa Une-
Sundiy   serv;;-e-
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���t -minute  service from S a.m. te 11:-J0 p.m.
. -miiute  service from 0:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
. ,-mmuta service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
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We carry ln stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS. ���
Prices  in Rings *W>  to  MOB, *
These goods are the BEST procurable in Canada, and is a pleas- *
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HOWARD   AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
The female home fly l��r�� from  120 to 150 egg*
���t ��� time, and thete mature in two weekt. L'r.det
(notable condition! the detcendaata of a uaf'.e
p*�� will number miltioni in three moothi. Theie-
lore all houaeierpen ahould commence miog
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
e��:!v in the teaaon, and thut cut ai t large pro
portion ol the lummer crop.
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of  Labor  Issues  Comprehensive  Report.
Ottawa. July   29.���The   Depariment
of La': or has Issued a most  compre-
.e and illuminative report of 500
;.;��es summarizing the results of the
��� -" -  '   -      ndacted by officials of
���it during the past year
into t: e     -- .-.- In Canada.   The
report .:��� . - ;. irdcolarly with the
. -��� I wholesale prices, traces the
upward trend of prices, notes the
r. . Lations In wages and accounts in
some measan foi present conditions.
7 ���; ��� recoocts the marked rise'
la Um I living during the past.
few rears and its effect on the imrae-.
: pers r.ai   weil-being   of   every
���agi earner r t u dependent on
fiied Incomes Elaborate statements
are given showing the fluctuations in :
arerase ��i. iesale prices cf some 2301
��� . ��2:::es entering into the cost of
Bring The general result ls given ln
tal . r-r fortt. FVom 18M to W.
;-. ��*- in Canada followed a down-
ward trend. This was succeeded dur-
lig lbs ensuing d&cade by a more
upward   movemeat   which   cul-1
'..- '���'.. Prices ln the last.
mer.tloned year were by a considera-
: e r.-c_-��.i tie highest ln the twenty-
year ;+-..:<;. Prices fell ln 190^, but
**:<��� upward again las: year and this
year.
****��� *!*���������*�� the more Important
;<ii's ::. ���-.�� ;r:eres3 with the aver-
t\e*- ieve".    ' prices dtrring the'decade
'.���     -'. .-   ar...   ;<���   r-^-T.  that   in   !��'���
Zr-r.oeri   were  siMtiahll   over   ten   per
-'-   i -     ��   that   average.     In   1897,
ifti - thres yean ot panic, depression
-.- : -   i'.   -i--st   in   the    United
States ���.a Canada, they had fallen to
i paint :- .-..- eight per cent below.
Within fii years thereafter, however,
-:ey regained tl.is less and continu-
tag tbe mount with extreme radity, in
the] reached a point over twen-
'. -i pef cent a^ove the averaze of
- ������   decade.     The   recession   in
��� -.-   unted  to  nearly  flve  points
Dy.ring 1909 this recession was check-
ed   .:.:  ��� gain in the opposite direc-
-    ���  reg -'.-red.
Comparing the high year 1C'"7 with
the low year 1.97. the advance
. . .:.-- I to approximately thirty-
seven p-er cent. Comparing the year
U I with the low year 1897, the in-
r-ase shown ls approximately thirty-
one and one-half p*r cent.
In conclusion, it ls pointed out that
a change in prices affects the well-
being of the consumer only where no
corresponding change In income has
occurted. No final Investigation of
wages tendencies within the limits of
the report, though the records of the
Department of Labor show that there
has been a continuous upward tendency since 1901, this tendency becoming pronounched in 1903 and In
1907. As throwing a partial light on
this aspect of the .uestion. a table ls
appended showing the wages of several classes of employees throughout
Canada in 1899 and 190?. The data
are presented without analysis as it
is hoped to add considerably to the
same in the future.
Idea Is Approved.
London. July . ..���At a meeting of
members of parliament held In connection with the movement for securing invitations to representatives of
Oversea parliaments to the coronation, thc idea met with henrty ap-
proral. Premier Aaqntlfc is to be approached.
Sweeping Midsummer
For Men, Women and Child
ren
Today's sale of shoes is to be a
really sensational one. We have
arranged for that by cutting the
prices right down to rock bottom,
There is no precedent in the g
business for such low prices
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we are offering on new finish
goods, but there is a reason in
the insistent demand which our
store is making for more room.
Our shelves are groaning beneath
their burdens of footwear, and
shipments which are arriving
daily from the Eastern markets
are encroaching upon our floor
space. j
Tomorrow's Prices Simply
Disregard Cost       \
Clearance Prices On
Vacation footwear
Whether you are going on your
vacation this wreek or next week,
the wisest thing you can do is to
buy your shoes today. Perhaps
you'll need some extra heavy
boots for mountain climbing, a
pair of stylish shoes for evening
wear, or Oxfords or Canvas shoes
for general outing purposes.
Whatever your needs we are
ready for you with all that is new
and good in the world of footwear, and at prices so low that
you cannot afford to postpone
buying a single moment.
Men's $6.00 Oxfords, on
sale Today for
Ladies' $5.00 Pumps, the
newest make, selling Today
Ladies' $1.75 Canvas
Shoes, selling Today for
All 10c Polishes for 5c
All 25c Polishes for 1*
W. E. Sinclair
THE SHOE MAN
B C
629 Columbia Street,      New We8tmm9ter' D'
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DAY. JULY 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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HURCH
ERVICES
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P      , ,. mis column must    be
rfJe.honed to, this offlce by
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Sunday, July 31.
TRINITY ��� Rev.    G.    C.
"        celebration of Holy
g    .,.    ,���.;     .Matins.
11       eleven
mu, rector
iunl��an���d    sermon
gSay Bchool at 2:30 p. m.;
��� ;,"!iml Sermon at i p. m.
REFORMED EPISCO-
(i,i.  Owen, rector. Ser-
.,���,! 7:::o p.m.    Holy
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PAUL'S
Rev, A
ftt1Dionaflrst Sunday In the month
tnornli
n Tbursdi
The ^i'
gervlce,   Prayer meet-
-Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Morn-
nT" I Vear Civil War and
cults"; evening:   "The  Binding
INDREWS   PRESBYTERIAN
,  g  |i,.: derson, pastor.   Ber-
.���;���    '        |   ,   30 p.m.    Sabbath
",,;���,    Bible    ''lass   2:3(i   p.m.
|de. t from Westminster ball will
!���,��� for ti." Pastor, who Is ab-
BTEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
T, Wardlaw Taylor, M.A..  Ph
astor.   Set idces al  11
Ip.m
at 3 p.m.; young people's Bervlce at
T:3o p.m. Thursday, prayer service al
8 p.m. West  Burnaby, Sunday school
at  2:30   and   preaching   at   7:30.
COLLINGWOOD      METHODIST ���
Services ;it. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun
day school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald Bchool
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev, \v. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHO-
DIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at. 11 a.m.
CHURCH OP CHRIST���305 Durham. Madison Wright, preacher, Sunday services, II a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m,
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital street���Sunday school at 2:30
p.m.; service at 7 p.m. Andrew Grieve,
pastor.
GOSPEL HALIr-Corner of Sixth
avenue and .Ninth stieet. Evangelist
J. J. House will pleach at. 7 p.m.
MARRIES   IN   SECRET,
WINNING    A    WAGER
North Yakima, July 29.���W. A. Ashby won a bet that he could gel married any time he wanted to and that
no one would be the wiser. He procured his license late Saturday anil
was married Sunday. His announcement today wins him tlie bet. Miss
Eliza Charmock was the bride.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
a.m.  and
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un-
Iderslgned, and  marked on the envelope "Tenders lor Sewer," will be received   at   tlie   otlice   of   the   Commis-
IBEN'S AVENUE METHODIST��� sioners of the Transcontinental  lia.il-
K --' Brown, B.D., pastor. Quar- way, tit Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
.,, .. . ���    |   in a. in.    Service , o'clock noon of the 26th day of July,
, pastoi       11  a.m., followed by 1010, for the excavation, construction,
I; the Lord's Sup- and completion of a main sewer line
Sunday scliool at 2:30 p. m. Rev. for the Winnipeg shops situated in
Baker, ol Olive! Baptist church, Section 5, Tp. ll. Range 4 1-;., on the
���.;���!, [n the evening. Mine of the National Transcontinental
.,.,...,. Dev   \  p Bak   Railway, about six miles east of Win-
Jor.   Services  11  a.m.  and   7 lniI)e��- extending f'��<�� ���������*' I)U1"P '")use
Sunday    school   at     2:30  p.m.
I^k [ii,:'   :   ineeting on Wednes-
v o'cloi k.   Rev. 0. E. Kendall,
ol this 'ity, will occupy the
i    \V   Hrown, of Queens
le chun     pre iches ln the even-
-Rev.   E.
and terminal yard to the Seine River.
Plans tind specifications may he
seen in the ofllce of Mr. Gordon Grant.
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Out., and in the office of
Mr. S. R. Poulin, District Engineer,
St.   Boniface,  Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
|..    PRESBYTERIAN
ompBon, MA.,    pastor.     Public J made  on   ti>e  form   sul)1Jijeii   ))V   the
���lip:   Morning, Holy Communion, I commissioners,   which   may   he   had
a;  evening.   7:30   p.m.     Bible  on application to the Chief Engineer
iand Sabbath  school  2:30 p.m.- | ilt Ottawa, or to the District Engineer
3. C. E., Tuesday 8 p.m.; prayer 4t st.  Boniface, Man.
ng, Wednesday, 8 p. m, Each   tender   must   be   signed   and
.PERTON    METHODIST ��� Rev.  sealed by all the parties to tiie tender,
Braden,  pastor.    Services     at 'and witnessed, and be accompanied by
Land 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at M   accepted   cheque   on   a   chartered
I.::i. Epworth League on Monday i I!i*nk of the Dominion of Canada, pay
in   Tin  pastor will preach at *ble  ,0   the  order  of  tllP  Commis
I At the evening service\ sioners of the Transcontinental  Rail
will smg.
WHOLE CM CLAIMS SHARE j
IN OEM IN OYSTER TIN L
Mi
Society
s. .J.  R. Payne has been holiday-
NOTICE.
Seven    Demand    Share    in    Valuable
Pearl Found by Cook of Good Ship
Highland   Queen.
ing at. Boundary ba-j	
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Mrs.   Allan   Purvis  and   Mrs.   J.
linker  are  visiting  in   Seattle.
R.
Seattle, July 29.���Who owns a .600
pearl, found in a two-bit can of oysters aboard the gasoline halibut fishing schooner Highland Queen, is the
problem thai absorbs the attention ol
Capt. Kunt Kuntsen, master of the
vessel. Charles Larson, the cook, who
found  the gem, and  the crew of  five
Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, carrying on business
as printers at Vancouver and New
Westminster, B. C, under the name
of Jackson & Morrison, was on the
fourth day of October, l'JOO, dissolved
by mutual consent.
FREDERICK JACKSON.
WM. G. MORRISON.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Creighton spent   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the week-end at Harrison Hot Springs.! ���
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Mr.    and    Mrs.    William    Gillespie I 	
leave for England via Montreal in the j Tenders   for    Royal    Columbian    Hos
near future. pital,  New Westminster,  B. C.
**   *   * Sealed tenders, addressed to the un-
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Cross have derslgned, and marked on the en-
been a few days with friends at, velope "Tenders for Roval Columbian
Boundary bay.       ^    ^ Hospital,"   will   be   received   at   the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ " office of the Secretary, Thomson block,
men who jointly .subscribed tlie (juar- Ml's- ������������ M. English has been the New Westminster, B. C, until 12
ter which paid for the can containing guesl of her daughter, Mrs. O. E-: o'clock noon, of Mondav, the fifteenth
the valuable bivalve. Darling, at Steveston. day 0f August, 1910.
I.in sen  had  just finished preparing! *    *    �� p,,ius   an(J   Bpeciflc_tions   may   be
the evening meal when the Highland -Ml- D- Drysdale, of San Francisco, Been at the offlce of the architects.
Queen was coming into port on her i formerly a resident of this city, was i Messrs. Birds & Blackmore, 306 Loo
lasl trip and was sampling a can of here during the week. block.   Vancouver,   B.   C,   or   at   the
cove  oysters   when   bis  teeth   struck j *   *    �� Secretary's    offlce,    Thomson    block,
something bard.    Investigation  show-!    Mr'    Warren    De    Beck,    of    Fort i New Westminster, B. C.
ed that he had bitten into a beautiful i George,  is  staying  with  relatives  in      _.dC].   tender   must   be  signed   and
pearl of great irridescence and trans- town for a short  visit. (sealed by all the parties to the ten-
lucency.     When   Larsen   found   the1 ���   ���   �� \der,   and   witnessed,   and   be   accom-
pearl be notified his mates on board.! MrB- ���'��� ���'-��� Gaynor has been the '������ panied by an accepted cheque on a
It was at once seen tbat he had made ; K'le,Ht _.��r Mrs, .1. R. Grant at Ocean chartered bank, payable to the order
a valuable find. ^^^^^^^^^
Shortly  after  Larson's discovery a
[uestion  arose concerning the owner-
park for the past week.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        of the Board of Managers of the Royal
1 Columbian  Hospital, equal to five per
Mr.   and   Mrs.   W.   A.   Munroe  and cent of ,]ie amount of the tender,
ship of tlie pearl, and the more the is-|Mrs- c-   M-  Marpole  visited  relatives;     Any person whose tender is accept
sue   was  debated   tlie  more  confused iin ,ow" during tbe week. ! P(li s|ia||, within  one week after the
matters became. *   * 'acceptance thereof, sign the contract.
Larsen, as diccoverer of tlie gem,! Mr. an(1 Mrs. W. W. Boultbee, of specifications and other documents reef course' claimed it as bis personal11 Vancouver, were in town during the | cguired to be signed, and in any case
property  until  his mates  pointed out|weeli- i of  refusal  or  failure  on  the  part of
thai the oyster to which tbe cook had       . * the party whose tender is accepted, to
helped  himself was  bought  with  thel    Tlie   -iev-   Dr-   T-   Wardlaw   Taylor i complete   and   execute   the   contract
money of the whole crew, who, there-|,eft on   Monday  evening  to join  his j with the Board of Managers, the said
THE ACME
Soda Water and Bottling Works
304 Columbia St. Plione G89.
Sapperton.
M. A. HODGE, Proprietor.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
right to share in owner-
wife, who is holidaying at  Banff.
fore, bad
ship.     I	
To prove their claims the members
of  the  crew,  during  the  debate,  led
Larsen   through   all   the   process   of mother, Mrs.  D. S. Curtis
provising the Highland Queen before|street. ��   ��   ,
she  had  started  on   her  notable  voyage.    Thev showed how she had been, ^^^^_
fitted out  with stores and eatables at Iare enjoying a trip around the world,
the expense of all on board and that | are at present at  Killarney lakes, ln
the  particular   can   wbicli   contained j Ireland. ,    _   .
the pearl had been purchased at Sun
de a. Ehrland's, In Seattle
cheque shall be forfeited to the Board
^^^^_^^^_^^^_ .of Managers as liquidated damages for
Mrs. J. G. Davidson, of Vancouver,  SUPh refusal or failure,
s staying for the week-end with her      The   per8on   whose   tender   is   ac-
Merrivale  Cepted,   will   be   required   to   provide
^^^^^^^_^___^^^_H '' a bond  satisfactory  to  the  Board of
! Managers,  equal  to  ten  per  cent  of
Mr.  and   Mrs.  Harry  Watson,  who | the amount of the contract.
The   cheque   deposited   by   parties
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke, of North Da-
It  was
when'Larsen had been con-' k��ta, ��� a|'c , fuestB   ot   Mrs^ _ Clarke's |e8BarUy accepted.
whose   tenders   are   rejected   will   be
returned   within   ten   days   after   the
signing of the contract.
The lowest, or any tender, not nec-
brother-in-law,   Mr.   J.   J.   Cambridge,
Fourth street.
vinced by his five mates that he owned only a sixtli interest in the pearl
that, like a bolt from the blue, Capt.
Knutsen joined the discussion bv an-,
nouncing that as master of the High-;chon-  wi,h   her  two
Mrs.  W.  L.
McBride.  of Port Gut
^^^^^^^^^^^^        daughters,   has
! been the guest of Mrs. A. H. McBride,
Royal avenue.
as he undoubtedly was to all the fish '
caught during the trip. Mr- James Lamb, of Nakusp, Upper
As no amount of argument seemed I A.F.0W. .lak?'  is, spending ^ a fortnight
land Queen he was just as much entitled   to  a  fifth   interest  In  the  gem
W.  H.  KEARY,
Secretary  Royal  Columbian  Hospital.
P. O. Box 59.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  July   14,
1910.
Take notice that an application has
boen made to register Duncan Bell
Hall as the owner in fee simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from E. A. Wilmot,
inspector of dykes, to Duncan Bell
Hall, bearing date the 13th day of
June, A.D., 1907, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
ln the Pr. .-.-> ,e ol British Columbia,
more particil irly known and described as part 3.CO anes of the southeast
quarter of Section 18, Township 3,
Range 29, west of Gth Meridian.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons .claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any unre "ftDied instrument, and
all persons di.T.ing any Interest in
the said land by dt-fi ent, whose title
ls not re{istored ���*.<<|er the provisions
of tbe "Land Registry Act," are required to contest 1'ie ca/n of the tax purchaser within for'.y fiva days from the
date of the first pub!'cation of this
notice upon yju and in default of a
caveat or certifi.-a'e o( ,1s pendens
being filed within sue j ] criod, or in
default of redemption r-.fora registration, you aal each of you w*H be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any rlfllm to o- in tespect of
the said land, and I shad register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
in fee. And I herety 0'-]��,- that publication of this notice for thirty da>-3
in a daily newspaper pt bllshed in New
Westminster wll be food and sufficient service theiv.f
Dated at tho L,nd Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, r-o 'ince or British
Columbia, this ��>0th flay of April, A.
D��� 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
Lietrlct Registrar.
To Canada Permanent Loan & Sav-
lngs Co.; Oppenheimer Bros., Ltd.,
Liability, G. W. Leishman; J. W. Hew-
ton.
likely to settle the  matter the pearlIW1U1   lUS
| with   his   brother,
Third avenue.
Mr.   Alex.   Lamb.i
ITH   AVENUE    METHODIST���
f. S. Okell  B. A., pastor. Services
. ni. and 7 30 p. m.   Class meet-
1" a m.    Sunday  school   at
way, for the sum equal to ten per cent
(10 p. c.) of the amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall, within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract,
specifications,   and   other   documents
in.   Epworth league.  Monday , rtM,u|rt,d to be signed, and in any case
|p. m.   Pray* i   meeting, Wednes- ] (lf r6[UBa] ol- failure on the part of the
8 p. in    Morning: "A Plea for  party whose tender Is accepted to exe-
lObse     ace"; evening: "With  cute aIKi complete the contract  with
Ithe   Commissioners,   the   said   cheque
EST   END    PRESBYTERIAN��� shall   be   forfeited   to   the   Commis-
I Rev.   James    Reid.  sioners as liquidated damages for such
pastor    Public   worship   at   11   refusal   or   failure,   and   all   contract
��� and?:::��� p, iu.    Sunday scliool   rights acquired  by the acceptance of
i p. m I the tender shall be forfeited.
The   cheque   deposited   by   parties
MARY'S,   SAPPERTON-Holy'whoBe tend6ra ,��� accepted will be de-
" a.m.;   evensong and   BQB\teA  to the credit  of the  Receiver
1>, r... .A. .... Ur... f. * .      _. ......    e     t I. ���
this morning was handed to George
Lundstrom, sales agent for Sunde &
Ehrland. for submission to expert examination.
Two experts who examined the
pearl today say that though small it turn in November
is of extremely high grade and quality. It if of beautiful shape and probably will be sent east for sale as soon
as an agreement can be reached regarding its ownership.
The Highland Queen will leave
again for the fishing gorunds this
evening. Meanwhile her crew have
bought up the remainder of the canned oysters which accompanied the
tin that  held Larsen's lucky  find.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fader and Miss
Ashby are leaving in a few days for
London, England.    They expect to re-
Mr. J. Randall Black, of Edmonton,
who has been a visitor in town for
the past few days, left for his home
in  Edmonton yesterday.
*    ��    ��
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Carty have returned from their honeymoon trip in
the south and have taken up their
residence on  Third  avenue.
WILL    SEE    THE    WEST,
���������:��� :.   *   .
ird.
Preacher,    Rev
C-  General of Canada, as security for the
        due  and  faithful  performance of the
E   NORWEGIAN    LUTHERAN  contract according to its terms.
jamln Sand   pastor.    Service at      The   cheques   deposited   by   parties
���In the I. 0. O. F  hall .whose tenders are rejected will be re-
davs after the sign-
PE    METHODI8T     CHAPEL���
In street,   between    Third    and
Hi avenues     Sunday   school,   10
Hermon, ll n. m.; class meeting,
[in.; song service. 7 p. in.;   ser-
::" p. in.   Cottage prayer meet-
Tuesday     evening.       Midweek
t* meeting, Thursday 8 p. in.
[RN'AllY  .MISSION���Pastor,  Rev.
pick   Carpenter.      Services    as
Easl     Uurnaby,      Sunday
- p.m.;   preaching service
turned within ten
ing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
Bv order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. July 8, 1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from the Commissioners will not be paid tdr it. **
HARRY  TIDY, Manager.
RIDAY, AUG. 5
G G. GARRETTE PRESENTS CANADA'S
FAVORITE DRAMATIC ARTIST
Harold Nelson
IN HIS GREAT MASTERPIECE
Pierre of
the Plains"
Miss Edith Curtis and  Miss Bessie
i Cassady have returned from spending
i part of their holidays with Mrs. J. G.
  Davidson at Cosy Cove, North Arm.
Manufacturers   to   Run   Excursion   to ���    ���    ���
Vancouver in September. |    Mrs. Charles E. Seymour is spend-
Toronto,   July    29.���The    Canadian; ing  the  week  at   the  summer  home
Manufacturers' association is going to of her sister, Mrs. Frederick W. Cun-
run an excursion to Yancouver in Sep- ningham,  at  Woodlands,  North  Arm.
tember  next,  in  connection   with  Its!
annual meeting.   Last time they went!   _.    _   _.      _ ,, ,.,  ,,      _ ,,
to the coast, which was In 1906, there1   Dn *��� ^den, Ualker- wI'h Mrs- ^alk'
were   one   hundred   and    seventy-five' f  and  family,  are  at  their  Bummer
. ...,,.   ....���, home at Aliceville.   Later Dr. Walker
hui	
so far been engaged, and there ls a, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
prospect that  the number will  reach;    ,, . ,,       ... ���, ,
�� ,i .v. i a a rr. . ���i��� ���,in Mr. and Mrs. Anthonv Turner and
fully three hundred. Two trains will, , ~ ������ ���f -.,������,.������ .,.��� ,���
. .   ,    ~. . .      .   _ �����������j ��� Miss   Green,   of   Vancouver,   were   in
be needed.   The excursion is confined ���    ���.���  ���,,.,������ ��,,��� ���.������,.     ��'     T -���
. ...        ������    ,���,,  .town during the week.    Mrs. Turner
to   members   of   the   association   aim i , r_ ...     ���,   .      _ ,
..   ii a.       i .- m.     .��� i.������   .��. was formerly Miss Gladys Townsend,
their lady relatives.    The tickets are,   . J '
to  be  on sale between  September 81 ���'       ,    .    ��
and 15 and good to return up to Oc | Among ^ New WestmlMter peo.
tober si. ,   j    competing tn the Yancouver ten-
One  thing  which   is  expected   to\*    tour^meKnt held during the week
make the   rip especially enjoyablei is m     p MlB   y ^ Corbould
that official recognition will be given L ,     Mr        Q  Edd     M
the party at every stopping place ex- and M Motherwell
cept   Banff   and   Laggan,   and   every '
Several   successful   ascents   of   dif-
lersons in the party.    This year two|expects t0 take a trip to the Okanagan
lundred   and   fifty   reservations  have  valley_
thing will be done to make the visits
o the various towns instructive and          	
nteresting.     For example,   at    Port j ficult peaks are already reported from
'-"- and Fort William there will be the Alpine club camp at Consolation
muu  mc u<uu��.   .v. |   -Uley.     Delightful   weather   prevails
or and terminal fa-' Among    the    peaks    ascended
cilitites.     At Regina the entire party | Mounts   Assiniboine,   Stephen,
will be given a trip through the wheat and Douglas
a trip by boat around the harbor to ,     ^^^
examine the elevator and terminal fa- '��� Among    the    peaks    ascended    were
 MmintQ   Assiniboine.   Stephen,   Mitre
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
( -fl^fT^n Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK, FISH  BOXES.    LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing"Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box 137
Holds,   wliich   will  thou   be  in  stook..
^^ -U-M- u-1    Mr. and  Mrs. J. S. Clute and Mrs.
the lo-iSivewright were guests of Mrs. Main-
At  Vancouver there will  probably be;
a reception by the city and by
cal branch of the C. M. A., with drives,   ������"0p'caslon of the fi|.st anniversary
U
' warlng-Johnston during last week on
harbor excursions, trips to Chinatown,, ^-^-"firthday  of  the  little  son of
etc., as added attractions     At uann. Edward  Mainwaring-John-
there will be an impromptu daiuei at  '
the  C   P.   IL  ho'el-    At   Minneapolis: ston. ^    (    (
and St. Paul the entire PW^^JJLJ?     A number of Mr. A. G. Macfarlane's
taken  charge of  by   the  Commercial Menjls   were   deiigllt0d   to   receive
clubs of the twin cities. cards from.hlm by the last Australian
 ,  mail     Mr.   Macfarlane  is  at  present
~   ~m   hacp       : visiting Mr.  Fred  S. Cameron, a for-
WERE   MARRIED   ON   DAht.      i])(>r resklent 0f New Westminster, at
 M    ui-.h  Friends lils llome at Tiverton, Newport, New
Couple  Who Stood  Up With  ���*n*' ] Sollth Wales.
Also  Took   Matrimonial   Pledge.      > .    ��    *
New York, July 29.���Lulu York, Ot ;    A     n     tllose  attending  the  conse-
~  "    ~      '      at  St.
Monday-
Rev,
asum,
Hoboken to stana up ��"" *-""";;": j Rev. Mr. and  Mrs.  uuniop. uev. Mr.
Hitters,   of  Twelfth   street.   Collegei    fl Mfg   Houghtoni Rev. Dr. Taylor,
Point   and Albert  Rheinhardt. o   AS- Rey_ pr   g^preu, Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
'who wanted to be married.       . Annandaie> Mrs. H. A. Eastman. Miss
After Justice of  the  Peace  VNeDCI : Kastnmn, Mrs. Beatty, Mrs. Dickinson
performed   the  ceremony   the  new iy- Mlgg  phllllps
weds dared Lulu and Carl to be mat-
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
mjse**
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket offlce and oh board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
Seat:
s ��n Sale at Tidy's Florist Store, Mon., Aug. 1st
toria.
ottered to stand up with them
ried and
If thev would do it.
Rheinhardt-Lutters
*   *'
Mine.   Harriet   Labadie,   the   noted.
wedding reader,   returns  this   week  from  her:|
nd so ' membered that during the past season
llohoken.  but  she  ��� 	
take B ?rtJ!rthii' rave Justice Web- Mme. Labadle delighted a New West-
. there and tnentneys min8ter audience with her rendering
Ier a double job.   Mis. ,.The gervant ,��� ,he Hoilse."
news in good part.
mt
l
POR SALE
Seven-room Modern House, close to car,
10th St., near Fifth Avenue. Furnace,
cement basement, stationary tubs, and all
modern improvements. Price, $4500,
$1500 cash, balance to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialist*
fi p
m
PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, julv
m
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to
fe
il
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t r
The Oven
Of a Range
rT,HAT a perfectly constructed,
**> air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable L or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven con*
structed in this manner, it re-
quires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Note lk�� illuttrttiooi.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
��� ��MCM��MfttM��M' ******* **%**%**#**���%**%**%****
I City News!
a***********. ******
'; **��**&**9r**a**t**.**~~ri
The steamer Roman will leave for
the north today.
Pot   plants   and   fresh   cut   flowers
at Tidy's store.    Phone 1S-I. ���*
Where Do You
Breakfast?
The   "Royal   Cafe,"'   is
tlie only   reasonable   answer.      Why ?      First,
Everything there is   neat
ana   clean.    Second,  tne
food  is  cooked  to  make
you hungry.    Third, the
service is swift   and   our
���waiters   are   obliging.
Fourth, prices   are  moderate.   But why enumerate   all   the   advantages.
We   could    count  te   a
hundred  and  not he  finished.     Come  tomorrow
m��rmng.
The Royal Cafe
604 Columbia St., Phone 375
Many of the lacrosse - will
spend   the   week-end   at   White   Hock
after the big game today.
The train service to White Rock is
most convenient for campers; the business man can be ln town by breakfast time. Three trains have there
for New Westminster in the afternoon
and evening, arriving at 2:50, 6:25
and 0:21 p. m. Trains for White Rock
leave Xew Westminster at 8:15 and
10:30 a.m.;  1:30 p.m. and midnight.*
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
Mrs. M. G. Anderson, of Prince Edward Island, is in the city visiting
her sister, Mrs. Angus Munn. of Fifth
avenue.
I S. Fader is now conducting his
, real estate and insurance business in
, the offlce of E. J. Fader, .Northern
I Crown  Bank building. **
The    Lonsdale,    belonging   to    the
! Canadian-Mexican     Steamship     com-
I pany, limited, ls expected in port early
next week.
The management *t the Bohemian
Cafe sees to It that the best only Is
served there. **
Swimming,    boating,    bathing    and
cool   breezes  at   White   Hock.     Have
| you a summer cottage there?
Joseph Mullett, water superintend-
I ent of South Vancouver, accompanied
j by Councillor McDonald, spent a few
hours In this city yesterday.
Steamer   Transfer   wlll   make   Sun-
' flay    afternoon    trips    to    Steveston
iuring   the   fiBhing   season,   fare   fl.
oat  leaves  Westminster at  3  p. m.,
jreturning   leaves   Steveston   at   6:30
p. m. *'
"Pierre of the Plains," a play based
on Canadian frontier life, will be produced at the Opera house here on
Friday next by the Nelson players,
headed by Harold Nelson,
See Fales for Lawn and Camp Furniture. **
Davles greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut. flowers.   Phone R 208. **
A new factory ls being built on
Simpson street, Sapperton, for the
Acme Soda Water and Bottling works.
M. A. Hodge, manager of the works,
is supervising the installation of the
machinery.
S.  Fader.    Note the change of address.    Northern  Crown   Bank  build-
I ing.
Call   on   W.   E.   Fales   for   prompt
'delivery on  parlor,  bedroom,  kitchen
or any house furnishings. **
Strenuous work on the part of fire
rangers and others resulted in the
saving of the Hazelmere mill, which
on Thursday night was in great danger of being burnt by the bush fire
in that vicinity. The fire is now reported to be under control.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208. ������
Two cases were heard in the poilce
court yesterday. The man who wandered tn the night before and asked
to be interdicted was still of the same
opinion and was placed on the Siwash
list. The other.mfCr, arrested for
being drunk, was allowed to go as it
was his first offense.
Three hundred and fifty dollars wlll
buy a lot and build a cottage at White
Hock. White, Shiles A Co. will tell
you how. *���
Major  H.   Swinford.   general   agent
of   the   Northern   Pacific   railway   in
Vancouver, was in the city yesterday ,
on business connected with the com- j
pany he represents.   He makes a spe- ���
clalty   of   Atlantic   steamship   tickets i
and is well pleased with the business .
done by him in that line in New Westminster.
White Rock for cool sea breezes. **
Commencing on August 1, the B. C.
E. R. company will run a city service
to   Edmonds   station   from   5:40   a.m.
and every twenty minutes until 11:20
p.m.     Leaving   Edmonds   station   at
���   In  a.m.  and  every twenty  minutes'
: until  11:50  p.m.    Sapperton  car  will
I leave tram  station  at 6:10 a.m.  and,
every twenty minutes until 11:30 p.m.!
Leaving   Sapperton   at   6:30   a.m.   at
6:30  a.m.  and  every  twenty  minutes'
| until 11:50 p. m. **
I     Mrs.  Mary  Grant, of 1622  Bismark
I street, Vancouver, was in the city yes-
I terday   looking   for   her  son,   Harold,
who was supposed to have come here i
a  few  days  ago.    He left   home  on
.July 25 in the company of a man by '
the name of Girard to come here and \
take the boat to Ladner, where he was
going haying.    He never appeared at
Ladner, so far as his mother has been
able to discover, and she has enlisted
the aid of the local police in an attempt to locate him.
Edison records for August now on
sale at J. H. Todd's Music House. **
According to the report of the minister of mines for the year 190U the
accidents in British Columbia collieries during the past year were, 57
fatal, 47 serious and 5!) slight, a total
of 1C3 out of 6,318 men employed. Of
this total Nanaimo contributed 2 fatal.
7 serious and 17 slight; Extension,
38 fatal (explosion 32), 4 serious and
8 slight, and Union fi fatal, fi serious
and 0 slight. The above figures show
a large Increase over those of 1908,
when the number of accidents were
18 fatal, 50 serious and 52 slight, a
total of 120.
G. T. STRIKE MAY
SPREAD TO ILLINOIS
Rumor in Chicago That the
Switchmen May Go Out
Quiet in Michigan.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E.  R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
Cleveland, July 2!!.���President W. G
Lee, of the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen, telegraphed officials of the
brotherhood at the natioaal head(|tiar
ters today that he expects important
developments in the Grand Trunk
railway situation in the next forty
eight hours.   He Is still ln Toronto.
At the headquarters It was rumored
that the switchmen at Chicago may
go out. This move, it is said, would
tie up the Grand Trunk terminal bus
iness in Illinois.
No Rioting Since Troops Arrived.
Durand, Mich., July 29.���Governor
Warner arrived here today to look
over the Grand Trunk strike situation
and confer with General W. T. Mc-
Gurrin, who is in charge of 500 De*
troit and Grand Rapid troops encamped here. There has been no rioting
since the troops arrived yesterday
and indignation Is running high
throughout the country because the
militia was called out Governor
Warner said today he Would take no
action towards withdrawing the sol
diers until he had talked with General McGurrln.
No Flies On
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS
Your Cattle lf you use our
Imperial Cattle Wash. Apart
from saving the cattle from
flies you Increase the supply of
milk in milch cows. Cows can't
fight fles and produce milk.
$1.00 gallon.    Try a 25c bottle.
ALWAYS:
A  nice line of
TOILET   WATERS,   VIOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES.
Manicuring   necessitie
COMPLEXION POWDERS,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS, ETC.
1
I. A. M 8 W.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four  Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
LIMITED
THE   NEW
St. Lawrence-Bristol
ROUTE
Magnificently   Appointed ��� Fast   Turbine Steamers.
R-
i
OYAL EDWARD
OYAL GEORGE
18,000 HORSEPOWER
Full information on application to
R. GOULET, Agent C. P. R., or from
WM. STAPLETON, General Agent,
Room 64 Scott Block, Winnipeg, Man.
Plione, Main 9060
****************************4
I
Some Special Snaps
!'."1
-THESE  WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY-
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three Bides
of  this property.    $350 each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ui
ALTERATION SAL!
Two More Busy Da
ys
The Big  Alteration Sale   prices are sure to make the last two days of our sale the busiest �����
oi any
yet experienced.    We have never been as busy at the same time of   the   year.     Low .,
article  in  the  store  has  afforded our customers great opportunities  to  save.    We  give here a f
prices indicative of what may be expected Friday and Saturday:
A Splendid Lot of Sample
Parasols
Just -4 attractive Summer Parasols in plain colors with contrasting borders, brown and natural pongee silk, spotted foulard. No two
alike. This special lot was secured at a big discount and customers
who buy one of these Parasols secure it at a price away below
usual.    All  marked in  Red Figures.    Each, from  95c to $2.95
Odd White Blouses
**_*""'"''" ��� 50c  Each, **���
Women's Plain White Lawn Waists, Embroidered Front Waists,
with long or short sleeves. Only 3 dozen ln the lot. Regular values
75c to $2.50.    Sale Price Friday and   Saturday,   each    50c
A Fine Selection of White
Wash Fabrics
25c per Yard. p}
Regular Talues 35c to 50c. Here again we clear out an odd lot
of pure white Vestings, Brilliants and Fancy Check and Spot Muslin
Materials���are much used for waists and light dresses. All short
ends ranging ln length from 3 to IB yards. Any length cut from the
largest pieces.    Oil Sale Friday and Saturday, per yard    25c
Another Clearance oi
Children's Dresses
95c Each
I" this special lot m
Girls' Overall ijrme8
Aprons. Buster and Russian
Dresses, Boys' Blouses
Suits, Buster Dresses, etc'
White and colored material!
made up attractively and
substantially. sizes' here
suitable for children 4 to 12
years of age. Regular values
In the lot |1.2B to J1.T6. To
clear, each    9^
Pure Linen Towelling
5c pa- Yard,
An All-Linen Towelling,
16 Inches wide. A quality
not excelled In our regular
12V_c lines. 250 yards lor
Friday and Saturday selling,
per  yard    , 5c
An Odd Lol of
5c per Yard,
dust to clear thi in out be.
fore Saturday. A price like
this Ib away below cost, bat
we must sell them. Regular
values 12c to lJc. Your
choice of a dozen ends, per
yard      X
I
Only a few Hats Left at $2.95 Each
People wonder where our Millinery Department has gone.    For  the  benefit  of  those who desires 1
New Hat we announce that the Millinery Department is now to he found in the rear portion of the-'
Ready-toWear Section.   All orders will receive our usual careful attention.    For Friday and Saturday,
the  balance  of our  Trimmed Hats are selling at a price away below cost.    They are occupying valuable space and they must bo sold.    Your  choice, each    ,. $2.95
The   Peopled   Trust
Company, Ltd.
Beg to announce that they have secured offices at
Columbia Street, corner of Church Street, ancl will
there conduct a general Trust Company business as
embraced in their extensive charter, including Red
Estate, Insurance, Loans, Savings Department.
Each Department will be in charge of experts in
their separate lines.
The public are invited to call and ascertain the
splendid prospects of the Company. Full particulars will be given by
FRANK C. COOK,
General Managed

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